“I had already noticed Dewey wasn’t doing so hot,” Pavel describes when Natasha Peicsh had pulled him aside for a quick interview. “I’m not really sure what had happened but one moment, we were struggling in the game and the next, Dewey was being pulled off the ice in a lump.”
“Dipsy Dewey,” Dewey Fergeson, was reported to have sustained a concussion after being hit in the head with a hockey puck. Luckily, he had been wearing a helmet, which saved him from a majority of the damage. Dewey has had a history of concussions in the sport, giving him the title, “Dipsy Dewey” as his gait was a general stumble, to help him appear intoxicated.
Ms. Peicsh interviewed several more people on the scene, including McClintock’s Missing Links player, Keith Odelle, better known as “Killer Keith” for his surprising plays and dangerous maneuvers.
“I feel horrible, really. We all talked about it after the game and what I did was wrong.” Killer Keith soon came out with a formal apology on the whole ordeal as Dipsy Dewey was released from the hospital yesterday morning.
It seems as though the Chickenhawks have accepted the apology, Dewey telling sources this morning, “It’s alright. It happens all the time and what isn’t an interesting game if someone doesn’t get hurt?”
Dipsy Dewey has reported that he’ll be back in two weeks to continue to help his team, especially with the largest game of the season coming up against the Chickenhawks’ biggest rivals, the Ferguson Four-Leafs.
Although costing the win of this weekend’s game, Chesterfield is sure to bring many wins this season and less injuries.