NHL forced to cancel All-Star event at the last second.

This keeps getting worse.

Jonathan Larrivee
Jonathan Larrivee
Published 1 year ago
NHL forced to cancel All-Star event at the last second.
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The National Hockey League's All-Star weekend is quickly turning into a complete disaster and unfortunately things seem to be getting worse and worse as time goes on.

The latest blow to the league's All-Star weekend now comes at the hands of mother nature, who apparently is one of the many critics of the NHL's big event this weekend. According to an official report from the NHL's department of public relations, the league has been forced to cancel the "Truly Hard Seltzer NHL All-Star Beach Festival" that was originally scheduled to take place earlier today.

The league originally announced, roughly 4 hours ago at the time of this publication, that the event would only be delayed by a few hours and that they would be providing more updates, but that is no longer the case here.

Instead, the league has now been forced to cancel the event altogether announcing that "severe weather conditions" including 40 mph winds have made it impossible to hold the event.

This is just going to prove to be one more disappointment for hockey fans that seem to already be having a pretty disappointing All-Star weekend so far.

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