The Minnesota Wild has a brand new Zamboni – it’s first new ice resurfacer in 14 years. It’ll be a few weeks before the 8,620 pound machine is in “game shape,” but that had us wondering: how do Zambonis work?
An Apple Valley man pleaded guilty Thursday to driving a Zamboni while drunk – with a recorded blood alcohol content of 0.32 — at a hockey game in January.
An Apple Valley man accused of driving a zamboni while drunk had a blood alcohol content of 0.32, according to a criminal complaint.
Two Zamboni drivers are being credited with a dramatic rescue at the ice arena in Duluth.