UPDATE: And, it’s gone. It was there. I swear it was there. I confirmed three different ways that it was there. I even went in from the main NHL shop page and searched “ice” and it popped up, but now it’s gone. SMOKE AND MIRRORS AND POLAR BEAR TEARS, YOU GUYS.
I know nothing about ice.
I mean, I know about ice, but I don’t know anything about hockey ice.
I assumed they filled the arena with water, froze it with a super duper Frozone machine, and then when they had an event like a concert or what not, that they melted it, threw the old water away, put in new water, lather, rinse, repeat.
So I researched it because everything on the Internet is true.
And lo and behold, I was really really really REALLY wrong. Couldn’t have been more wrong unless I said the ice was frozen polar bear pee or penguin tears.
Regardless, now you, Internet, can own a bottle of Mellon Arena ice!
I love it! It’s a gorgeous bottle! It looks like vodka!
I want to drink it!
But I’m afraid it might be polar bear pee.