A crow checks out the NHL's camera inside Levi Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif. (Image via NHL/Youtube.com)
The NHL has set up a webcam documenting the construction of the outdoor rink at California's Levi Stadium for this Saturday's game between the Sharks and Kings – but the camera received an unexpected visitor: a curious crow.
As the NHL's Stadium Series game between the San Jose Sharks and L.A. Kings approaches, the league's webcam documenting the building of the rink at Levi's Stadium received a surprise visitor: a curious crow that made a brief, but memorable cameo.
The Stadium Series game – scheduled for this Saturday at the massive outdoor venue normally used by the NFL's San Francisco 49ers – is officially sold out with some 69,000 seat sold, and the NHL's highly skilled ice crew is hard at work to ensure the event goes off without a hitch. The league had been using a stationary webcam to give fans the full view of the rink being set up, but the aforementioned crow decided to insert itself between the camera lens and the field for a handful of captivating seconds:
Don't see the crow's appearance as any sort of bad omen. The surprise visitor could have been far worse – the crow that appeared could've been the creepy three-eyed raven from TV's popular Game of Thrones series.