Kid Gets the Best Type of Payback at NHL Game

Tyler McNally | October 30, 2015
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In a shameful act, a middle-age man at Thursday's Pittsburgh Penguins vs. Buffalo Sabres hockey game stole a puck that was intended for a young boy. The Sabres' coach, Dan Bylsma, had intended to give the puck to the boy by throwing it over the boards from the bench. Instead, the man swiped the gift in midair to the delight of his friend.

But, things soon changed for the boy as Bylsma tossed another puck over the board and the Penguins' mascot Iceburgh hand delivered a Sidney Crosby jersey for the kid.

Justice has prevailed.

h/t Reddit