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Canadian Hockey Fan Buys Zamboni for Backyard Rink

March 4, 2012 – Dr. Rush Scott and his kids just took being a hockey nut to a new level. Having an outdoor rink is nothing new. If you live in a cold enough climate it’s not unusual for people to play on the ponds behind their house or to even flood a field for [...]
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