Here at FNM 2.0, we have always laboured under the misconception that hockey is a game played by posh girls in short skirts, but it seems that a version of the game played on ice is also extremely popular especially in north American. And star of the sport Dan Boyle, joined Faith No More on their 4-5 July jaunt to London and Poland.
The defenceman was a big free-agency mover last week and even allowed Faith No More to announce his move to the New York Rangers on the band’s new Twitter page.
Faith No More can confirm that our friend Dan Boyle signs w/ the New York Rangers. pic.twitter.com/1JTlw2HvA9
— Faith No More (@FaithNoMore) July 1, 2014
And ESPN reported: “The veteran blueliner is in England this week, hanging out with his favorite band, Faith No More, who are on tour. “Yes, I planned this a LONG time ago,” Boyle told ESPN.com via text message Wednesday. “My summer workouts have a one-week transition period that allows me to rest and recover [for seven days], so I took advantage and came with them for a couple of shows. Back on Sunday.”
Boyle was formerly with the San Jose Sharks, favourite team of Faith No More singer Mike Patton. ESPN reported: “A source confirmed to ESPN.com that the Rangers signed Boyle to a two-year, $9 million contract, which also includes a no-move clause. The 37-year-old Boyle, a long-time member of the San Jose Sharks, was one of the most coveted defensemen to hit the market when free agency opened.”