ESPN's hockey fatales are hot off the press in a new comedy about life, love, and career in NYC.
Rick Nash coverts on the breakaway, to the net, he scores for his 17th of the season and the Rangers lead, two to nothing. You may feel like you’re crashing NHL night but, in the world of Don’t Schmuck It Up, no one loves the Rangers more than JULES and AVERY, two millennials outmanning hockey reporting at ESPN’s Off the Ice column. These girls don’t just ride the pine until they get the Stanley Cup of breaking news; they’re at the rink afterhours and know the plays better than their dusty male counterparts, PACO and PAUL. They may not be the girls window-shopping outside Tiffany’s, but they are the ones making waves for women in hockey and, you know, sports in general. The one thing that makes these two benders? Dating in the concrete jungle. They may be the Gloria Steinem and Kathryn Bigelow of hockey at ESPN but, off the ice, they just can’t get the right read on NYC's dating playbook. Whether it’s ASHLEY’s wheelhouse making Avery check him left-and-right or PAGE pulling a deke on JULES, our team tickles the twine to hilarious results.