Heinz Field In Chaos As Chesney Fans Arrive To Defend Their Turf From Invading Penguins

(North Shore) The first ever Pittsburgh Penguins ice hockey game held at Heinz Field has descended into chaos as Kenny Chesney fans poured in to defend their historical home turf.

Great care had been taken to ensure the Steeler Nation was cool with the Penguins appearing there, but no-one thought to take the temperature of the volatile Chesney army.

Though he only plays there once a year at most, Chesney has legions of local fans who faithfully turn up at Heinz Field to show their loyalty by offering up trash to their Country Godhead.

The Chesneyites have historically tolerated football and rock concerts taking place upon what they consider to be sacred ground, but ice hockey was something they just weren’t willing to accept.

At last word the fight was pretty even with casualties on both sides. Particularly tragic is the fate of those who are both Kenny Chesney and Pittsburgh Penguins fans, as they were quickly rejected by both sides and tossed in the Ohio.

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