NBC Handing Out Free Popsicles Made From NHL Arena Ice During Playoffs

1399656761_BnNLR_EIgAIg4rhHome ice is crucial to a team’s success in the playoffs, and now fans can get a little taste of the advantage.

According to LA Weekly, NBC is handing out popsicles that are made from the ice of NHL arenas around the league, including Minnesota, Chicago, Los Angeles and Anaheim, to promote the second-round Stanley Cup playoff matchups.

The ice pops are made with fresh fruit and will feature the team’s colors using purified water that they use to fill the rink at each of the arenas.

The “Home Ice Pop Truck Tour’ has already hit Minnesota, L.A. and Anaheim, and they’ll be rolling into Chicago on Friday in advance of the Blackhawks’ Game 4 against the Wild.

Hopefully nobody finds any bits of teeth in their refreshing treats.

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