Niagara Ice Dogs mascot Bones got smacked across the nose by security during Niagara’s game against the North Bay Battalion over the weekend. Bones didn’t pee on the carpet – he was recording the Battalion bench during timeouts, allegedly taking video of what Battalion coach Stan Butler was writing on his whiteboard. The game was actually stopped until security escorted Bones away from the bench. A local newspaper’s write-up of the game barely mentioned the tidbit at the very end of the column like it is some throwaway anecdote and not the most nefarious sports video scandal since Spygate.
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