Hockey, Boredom, and Facebook

Jennifer ConwaySenior Analyst IOctober 22, 2008

Hockey players have long road trips, have long breaks at home, and get bored. They also do some wacky stuff.

Sometimes, the weirdest goes public.

So what happens when a player gets bored, does something nutty, and lets a friend take pictures—who then decides to share on Facebook?

Unless they remember to make their photo album private, this happens.

It's not pretty.

Commodore has since removed the photo from public view. Unfortunately, it's all over the Internet now, and his mom has even seen it. She wasn't too happy.

In an interview with PuckDaddy, he explained that it was taken as a joke after he won a SuperBowl pool and not, as rumours had it, after he signed his big money contract.

You can read the entire interview here.

So let this be a lesson to us all about our friends and their photos of us. At the very least, be considerate and remember to wax first.

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