The Dragoons were the chippiest players in the league. While most teams practiced very hard and tried to win by being good, the Dragoons won games by hitting their opponents while the referee's back was turned or spraying snow in the goalie's face. No one liked to play against the Dragoons.
It's no wonder that when the Icehogs were scheduled to play against the un defeated Dragoons, they were nervous. No one wanted to get hurt. Everyone just wanted to have fun and play some good hockey.
Of all the Icehogs, Chester the goalie was the most nervous. He knew how the Dragoons played and wanted the Icehogs to win. But in order to beat the Dragoons, they'd have to have a great goalie. Chester wasn't so sure that he could do the job.
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