During the Winter Classic hockey game, the Notre Dame Stadium concession stands ran out of food and beer.

I went to the NHL Winter Classic featuring the Chicago Blackhawks at Wrigley Field in 2009. The concession lines were long but they had plenty of food and beverages to go around.

This year, the Hawks were again playing in the special New Years Day game hosted by the University of Notre Dame. The Fighting Irish football team is very popular so I would figure the stadium would be prepared for a large crowd.

After reading reviews of the game on Social Media, apparently, they weren't. The fans aren't happy.

According to theusatoday.com,

"From the outside, the 2019 NHL Winter Classic at Notre Dame Stadium looked like a flawless affair. The Chicago Blackhawks and Boston Bruins put on a tight, well-played hockey game in an incredible outdoor setting. But, inside the stadium, discontent was brewing among cold, sober fans as food and beer became sparse early in the game."

"As first noticed by CBS Sports, spectators took to Twitter to complain that the stadium, which was filled to capacity with a sold-out crowd of 76,126, was running out of food and beer as early as the first intermission."

Well, I hope the bathrooms still worked properly.


 

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