In honor of Devin Setoguchi's first NHL hat trick, we here at CouchTarts are proud to bring you the above design. We're still waiting for it to show up in our wondrous Zazzle store, but it should be up and available for purchase tomorrow. (Monday) Be sure to pick one up and wear to your next game. It looks good, and it will look good on you.
(The story behind the shirt)
As any hockey fan will tell you, the traditional celebratory act when a player scores three in a row in one game is to throw ones hat onto the ice. Now, maybe it was the weather, it was raining after all, or maybe this person had a cold head and didn't want to lose their hat. Maybe they didn't have a hat. Maybe in a fit of explosive jubilation they ripped whatever object was in the hands of the person next to then and threw it to the ice. Whatever the reason, in between the sea of hats that came raining down Saturday, was one lone, closed, umbrella. No one really knows what it was doing there, how it got there (other than by the force of someone's arm), or why anyone would throw their umbrella onto the ice when it's pouring outside. But there it was, and it was noticed. Thus, the "umbrella trick" was born.