Fried RiverThings, Hot Dawgs, and Ice Bear-on-a-stick
Anything on Animal Planet or NHL Network, all the hockey games I can find, nature shows (except for hunting shows, YIKES!)
The Eagles, Kenny Loggins (Who doesn’t love “Danger Zone”?)
“Fly Like an Eagle” – Steve Miller Band/”Chelsea Dagger” – The Fratellis
Top Gun, Eagle Eye, and Up
Dancing to “Chelsea Dagger”, flying around the rink, and giving out high-fives
Dull skates, cheap shots, and frowning faces
Maverick was hatched in a little town called Nestingburg, where his love of hockey began at a young age. He loved hockey so much that he would fly into the top of hockey arenas all over the country just to watch games. Every year, Maverick’s family would fly south for the winter to Pensacola to escape the bitter cold weather of Nestingburg. In 2009, Maverick flew down to Pensacola and saw that the Pensacola Ice Flyers had just begun to take flight. Since he had been coming to Pensacola for so long and loved hockey so much, he thought it would be a perfect fit!
After being told that birds weren’t allowed on the roster, Maverick was crushed. He thought he would never be able to be around hockey like he wanted to, until the team called and asked Maverick to be the team’s mascot! From then on, he has been a part of the team. In his stint with the Ice Flyers, Maverick has recorded more than 100,000 hugs, 80,000 high-fives and countless laughs. Maverick has two brothers and a sister named Earl, Ernie, and Ester who visit him regularly in the off-season.
You can catch Maverick around The Hangar on game days dancing around, playing games, and having a great time! If you would like to have Maverick at your next function, send an email to email@example.com or fill out the form below.
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