The Winnipeg Jets’ new security puppy has been named after a superfan
Everybody, meet Lenny.
When Bell MTS Place, the home of NHL team the Winnipeg Jets, got a new dog as part of the security team, that dog needed a name.
With that in mind, the team and True North Sports and Entertainment asked the fans to vote for the puppy’s new name after season seat holders chose four options: Benny, Ducky, Lenny/Kroppy and Scout.
We have something to announce in a half hour...— Winnipeg Jets (@NHLJets) November 11, 2017
The winning name was Lenny – Len Kropioski was a Second World War veteran and Winnipeg Jets season ticket holder who died aged 98 before the 2016/17 NHL season.
Lenny joins the explosive ordnance disposal dogs team, helping keep the entertainment facility safe.
Guess what? Lenny’s a good boy.
Who's a good boy? 🐶— Winnipeg Jets (@NHLJets) November 11, 2017
Lenny's a good boy! pic.twitter.com/zqf884wrKy
Congratulations on the job, Lenny.