Superstorm Sandy caused untold amounts of damage and abject misery last week, and it wasn't limited to the New York-New Jersey area, which was hit so hard.
Penguins defenseman Ben Lovejoy can verify that, because he lives hundreds of miles from Manhattan but still had to deal with problems caused by Sandy.
What Lovejoy described as "a huge pine tree" was uprooted by wind and rain stmming from the storm and "grazed" his house in Enfield, N.H.
Lovejoy, who has been a regular at the Penguins' informal workouts at Southpointe this fall, returned home to deal with the damage, but was back on the ice today and made it clear that he believes he got off easy.
"I'm unlucky that it fell on my house," he said. "But lucky that ... it could have been so much – so much -- worse.
Repairs, he added, will be complete before winter sets in.
"I will be OK," Lovejoy said. "Luckily."
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