As NHL.com correspondent for Dallas, Sean Shapiro’s job is to cover that city’s hockey team, but that’s not all he does. On Saturday night, Shapiro went above and beyond his regular duties to give this important news:
There are a couple dinosaurs at the game.
There appears to be a pair of dinosaurs in attendance pic.twitter.com/gPUEJ3J6qf
— Sean Shapiro (@seanshapiro) January 22, 2017
Specially, tyrannosaurs. Apex predators of the late cretaceous, therapod stars of the Jurassic Park franchise, and pretty affordable novelty costume.
The fact that one dino put gloves and a jersey on…
— Dallas Stars (@DallasStars) January 22, 2017
Does this ever happen at Verizon Center? I know we have weirdos who dress like Power Rangers or video game characters or medieval knights, but I’m talking cool costumes. Please let me know.
Btw, I wasn’t kidding. It’s really affordable. The t-rex suit has been in my Amazon Wish List for almost a year. I just need an excuse to buy it.
Headline photo: Sean Shapiro
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