From Jennifer Liu in the Ottawa Citizen:
More than 30 Grade 7/8 math students from Sacred Heart High School were at Lansdowne Park on Wednesday as guests of the NHL. As crews worked on the almost-finished rink being built for Saturday’s NHL100 Classic at TD Place, the students toured the facilities, learning not about hockey, but the science behind the game.
Temperatures dipped to -15 C, but the group braved the cold as their tour guide explained how the ice rink was made. During the talk, construction crews transported wooden beams and laid down reflective material on the ice. Workers donned ski goggles, wool toques and thick mittens to guard against the bone-chilling cold…
Sacred Heart was chosen to attend the event through their participation in the NHL/NHLPA Future Goals Hockey Scholar Program. Students play interactive games online to consolidate STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) subjects learned in the classroom.
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