The most common delay during a hockey game when things break is when the glass along the boards shatters by some huge, earth-shaking hit. To see a delay after a shot takes out part of the boards that ring the ice is another matter entirely.
that's no good (in Ottawa) pic.twitter.com/toBlFX1z8o— Stephanie (@myregularface) December 4, 2015
That is the hole Ceci shot out of the bottom of the boards, right along the section that opens up to allow the Zamboni's through. Arena attendants spent about 10 minutes taking apart the yellow section of the boards before strapping a new one in where the hole used to be.
here's how the hole got there. shot by Ceci, according to NHL Tonight pic.twitter.com/twafBVWaKe— Stephanie (@myregularface) December 4, 2015
The delay was made more enjoyable by the antics of one of the helpers, who somehow did not slip and fall while quickly running this ladder over to the other side of the ice.