Residents of Buffalo, New York were offended this week by a local Lululemon store’s commemoration of two of their most agonizing sports losses in history.
The store installed a mosaic in the floor that reads: “Wide Right” and “No Goal.”
“That’s a jab-in-the-gut reference to the two darkest moments in the city’s sports history: Bills kicker Scott Norwood’s potential Super Bowl-winning field goal kick sailing wide right in 1991, and the Sabres’ 1999 loss of the Stanley Cup when the Dallas Stars’ Brett Hull appeared to have a skate in the crease when scoring the Cup-winning goal,” writes Yahoo News’ Jay Busbee.
Local sports fans were outraged.
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