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from the News and Observer,
"I guess he needed it to buy dinner," RBC Center superintendent Donnie MacMillan said. The superstition of placing objects within the ice gained popular currency when Canada won the gold medal at the 2002 Olympics in Utah. One of the NHL's ice technicians buried a Canadian dollar coin at center ice. The coin later ended up in the Hockey Hall of Fame. The Tampa Bay Lightning embedded a small Zamboni charm in the ice during their Stanley Cup run in 2004. MacMillan said he complained to the league about the damage to the ice, to no avail. "They didn't want to know anything about that," he said.
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