How can hockey be done?! I seriously feel a tad cheated this year. With cold/snow cancellations and it being a high school sanctioned sport, we only had 20 games!! Twenty, as in TWO ZERO! Stop the madness, last year we had 51! I'm one of those weird hockey Mom's who actually like the game and watching the kids play.
So this season left me feeling a little empty even though Max finished as the 3rd leading scorer on the team. That was a pretty big thing because he is a defensive player.
He played all his shifts as a Varsity player, another big thing because he's only a sophomore.
He broke 3 sticks, big thing for his parents because the cost of those kind of suck:( The day after he broke the first stick, a friend of his came up and said, "hey, I sat by your Mom last night at the game. Max wrinkled his face and said, "okkkkk. "Yeah, I knew it was her because when your stick broke she swore." Probably not the nicest thing to be known for, but at least I keep it real and I didn't say the naughtiest of words;)
But today's post isn't really about hockey. It's about the cupcakes that were served at one of the team dinners. I got a little funky with it and colored half the batter green since their colors are green and white.
I bought some green melts from Michael's and made hockey sticks on waxed paper. My little tutorial is found here on how to do that.
I piped the number of every player on the cupcakes and stood the sticks up in the middle. My favorite #3 is Gluten-free so he got special brownies:)