The All-Stars were set to face the Pittsburgh Penguins in an elimination game in Pittsburgh, and that was the last we’d see of the game.
After a lengthy absence due to a broken leg, the All-stars returned to a sold-out arena for their second game.
The game was the final one before the All Star break and a lot of fans were eager to see what had happened.
But not everyone was on board.
The following day, a Twitter user was posting a video of himself at the All Stars Game wearing a mask.
The person then posted a video from the event.
That video quickly went viral and the person was suspended.
It was later revealed that the man was the one who posted the video and he has since been fired from his job.
He also posted a similar video of him at the first All-star game.
This is what the game looked like after the suspension.
pic.twitter.com/Qqg8RV8Q9F — The Associated Press (@AP) February 23, 2021″What’s the deal?
Why would you post that?
Why did you take that video?
I’m an American, not a Russian,” he said.
The Twitter user said he’s not sure if the video was a stunt or an attempt to get him fired.
But he also shared the video from a different game, a preseason game against the Anaheim Ducks.
In the video, the person who uploaded the video is seen walking around the ice.
The guy is seen wearing a hockey mask and his face is covered by a white mask.
The man is then seen talking to the crowd and wearing a baseball cap.
He then walks around the bench with his hands in the air and appears to laugh.
But some Twitter users questioned the authenticity of the video.
The person in the video has been suspended and has since taken down his account.
He has also taken down the video of the AllStar game, and now says that he’s sorry for the actions.
The player has been fired.
He said he didn’t think he was doing anything wrong, and he’s just trying to be nice to the fans.