It's been said that 16.6 million Canadians watched the gold medal hockey game against the US a couple weeks ago. And last week, a water utility company in Edmonton published a graph of the country's Edmonton's water consumption during that four hour period. As you can see, water usage skyrockets at the end of each period, and plummeted when the game went into sudden death. It's pretty amazing to see how it correlates with the game:

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Read more about it at Pat's Papers.

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