I haven't really paid attention to hockey since, oh, EA's NHL '97 for the original PlayStation. Still, I would've been happy to be in the crowd at a recent Tampa Bay Lightning vs Pittsburgh Penguins game, where the halftime entertainment was Super Mario Kart displayed on the immense, 200-foot wide ice rink.
This place is like a big Dave and Busters. They're playing Mario Kart on the ice: pic.twitter.com/G3Qbu8PzgSMay 19, 2016
The match is fake, of course. The SNES didn't feature a guest appearance from ThunderBug, the Lightning's mascot, nor Iceburgh, the Penguins' mascot. But still, you have to appreciate the work that went into making it presentable and it shows that video games are everywhere.
It also makes me want to invest in an ice rink so I can have some serious LAN parties. I'm sure it can't be too expensive, right?