MUST SEE: NHL player trades stick for something incredible

Published February 17, 2024 at 5:16 PM

The relationship between NHL players and fans at games is a unique part of the sport. From Flyers fans jumping in the penalty box to fight Ty Domi to the cute "fist bump" kid in Boston, hockey fans are like no other. On Saturday, one NHL player made the most unique trade of a lifetime, trading his stick for something you wouldn't see everyday at the arena.

On Saturday, Calgary Flames 25-year-old center Yegor Sharangovich was leaving the ice after warmups when a child and his father got his attention. As Sharangovich looked up, the kid made him a trade he could not refuse. The kid asked for Sharangovich's stick, in exchange for a full lego set.

How the massive lego set got into the arena to begin with is mind boggling, but it seems like a trade that was suitable for both parties.

It turns out, the lego set did not happen to be a random occurrence. The kid made sure to do his homework and found out that Sharangovich is a massive fan of legos, as the broadcast showed pictures of Sharangovich with some of his best lego builds, including a massive Eiffel Tower.

The set he was gifted from the fan is a limited edition all black F1 race car. A pretty solid set to add to his collection.
February 17   |   57 answers
MUST SEE: NHL player trades stick for something incredible

Was this a solid trade?

Yes2238.6 %
No1526.3 %
Kid got the short end of deal2035.1 %
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