Havoc fans support team despite the weather

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) - Rain, sleet, or snow couldn't keep hundreds of Huntsville Havoc fans from supporting the team tonight at the VBC.

Many die hard fans braved the dicey roads and cold temperatures to cheer on the minor league hockey team. Marty Duncan wasn't scared by the weather, "Oh no, we called early and asked is the game still on? They said game on and we said, we're coming."

The team even through in a winter storm bonus: bottles of milk! "We were just thinking, how are we gonna get people," said Clay Coleman, vice president of the team. "Well they're going to get bread and milk and we have the beer!"

On Twitter, the Havoc promised the first 600 fans who came to the game Friday night would get half of their desperately needed grocery run.

Coleman tells us they tried to get half loaves of bread donated to fans too, but just couldn't get the deal done in time for the game.

The Havoc fell to the Pensacola Ice Flyers, 4-1.



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