Patriots’ tight end Rob Gronkowski dropped the puck at the Providence Bruins and Worcester Sharks minor league hockey game on Friday night. Gronk rode to center ice in the back of a pickup truck, stood up without his crutches and spiked the ceremonial first puck like it was a football during any game besides the Super Bowl. This is, of course, the first time we’ve seen Gronkowski since he was party rock shuffling after New England’s Super Bowl loss. [via PFT]
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