Needless to say, fans attending tonight's Islanders-Rangers game at Yankee Stadium should prepare for extreme cold. Temperatures are expected to be in the low teens, with winds up to 15 miles per hour.
In order to keep fans safe and ensure a pleasurable experience, Coors Light, the NHL's Stadium Series sponsor, has issued a handy guide for keeping warm while watching the game. Using these simple methods can almost guarantee you'll be comfy and toasty while rooting on your favorite team in The Bronx!
(Ed note: according to the e-mail we received from the NHL, if we didn't run this piece, some "representatives" from Coors would make our lives "very difficult" for the rest of the year. We don't know what that means, and don't want to find out. So here's the info they sent us. Make of it what you will.)
Click to make it tall, boy.
This is fiction. Please don't follow these rules unless you want your blood type to taste like the Rocky Mountains.
Here's the original if you really want to know how to sleep warm while camping.