Ladies and gentlemen, brace yourselves for a revelation that will send shivers down your spine and freeze the ice beneath your feet! It has recently come to light that the Aspray Chester Deeside Dragons, a fiery ice hockey team, have audaciously turned down a sensational takeover bid from none other than Hollywood A-lister and Deadpool star, Ryan Reynolds!
In an unprecedented move, the Dragons’ board of directors collectively voted against Reynolds’ generous proposal, stating that they’d rather “stick to their roots and glide on the ice with real dragons than be swept away by a spandex-clad superhero.”
The team’s captain, known to possess an uncanny resemblance to a certain fire-breathing creature, reportedly declared: “While we appreciate Mr Reynolds’ interest in our ice hockey club, we’re more focused on keeping our skates firmly on the ice than walking the red carpet. Besides, the only Reynolds we need on our team is the one who delivers our post-match pizza.”
Rumours are now swirling that Ryan Reynolds, a man not to be deterred, has instead set his sights on acquiring the Runcorn Linnets, hoping to rebrand the club as the “Green Lanterns” – truly a match made in Hollywood heaven.
In a surprising twist, it’s said that Reynolds was so committed to the Dragons that he even offered to sponsor the team’s new uniforms, featuring a unique blend of Deadpool’s signature red and black with the Dragons’ existing colours. Unfortunately, the board deemed the design “too hot to handle” and feared it might melt the ice.
As the news spreads like wildfire, hockey fans are left wondering if the Dragons will ever have a change of heart and welcome the masked superhero into their lair. But for now, it seems the Dragons prefer to keep their ice as cool as possible and stay clear of the heat generated by Hollywood’s glare.
Happy April Fools’ Day! Remember, in the world of sports, even the most outrageous tales can have a kernel of truth!
The anticipation is palpable as the Dragons prepare to clash with the Whitley Warriors in their last home game of the season. The first leg of the Playoff Quarterfinal promises to be an exhilarating event you won’t want to miss. Doors open at 4:30 pm, giving fans plenty of time to settle in before the face-off commences at 5:15 pm.
To secure your spot at this ice-cold battle, you can conveniently book your tickets online or, if you prefer, simply pay at the gate. Join your fellow fans in cheering on the Dragons as they skate their way to victory in this unforgettable showdown!