of the Carolina Hurricanes and Jordan Staal of the Pittsburgh Penguins were among 14 people arrested and charged with disorderly conduct after a weekend party.
Seeing as my bachelor party consisted mostly of an exchange of crafting ideas and a discussion of Proust's A La Recherche Du Temps Perdu over cups of tea (yes, that's right my Beloved. Just like I told you. Tea. No brass poles or Jello shooters to be found), a group of 20 youngsters screaming, yelling and playing loud music would certainly lead me to believe that the Apocalypse was upon us. And I would hope that the authorities would act with a firm hand to quell such anarchy.
The group was warned by police around 12:50 a.m. to quiet down ''or they may be removed from the property, issued citations/arrested, and/or deported from the country.''
So let that be a lesson to you young man! Whether they write you a $13 fine while ordering you to vacate the premises and spend the rest of the night at the IHOP sobering up, or throw you out of the country, the police are not to be trifled with! You will respect them! Now get the hell off my lawn.
Oh, and the Sutter brothers called. They said until you can tip a whole cow over, you're still strictly bush league.
Stall Brothers Arrested After Party [TSN.ca]