And nothing made them happier.
Victor renewed their newest rivalry with the IceCats Sunday at the Skating Institute of Rochester. The IceCats are a division of Rochester Special Hockey. It's an organization that specializes in providing training in the game of ice hockey for individuals with developmental disabilities.
The night was full of smiles and laughs. It also served its purpose: giving kids on both teams a chance to grow.
"We can learn from each other. Our kids can teach their kids things and their kids can teach our kids things. And not just about hockey, but about life and the things we all have to overcome," said IceCats head coach Tom Simmons. "It's also about enjoying pleasant game of hockey and having a good time."