100-Point Scorer Reveals His House Was Robbed

Published October 25, 2023 at 6:47 PM

It was just revealed that this 100-point scorer's house was robbed, with the thief taking a surprising item worth thousands of dollars.

Stutzle's House Was Robbed With the Theif Stealing his Shoes

In an interesting development, it was revealed that Tim Stutzle's house was robbed in the City of Ottawa. The thief managed to get away with his Travis Scott Mocha Air Jordan 1s, a shoe going for a couple thousand right now online.

A challenge for the great people of Ottawa: Tim Stutzle had a pair of Air Jordan 1 Travis Scott mocha shoes stolen from in front of his house. Very poor form, a felony that should be corrected tout-de-suite. Another injustice that must be fixed: head coach DJ Smith does not allow a clean pair of sneakers to be worn with a suit (although, admittedly, Smith has bigger concerns right now). Senators with a strong shoe game: Thomas Chabot, Drake Batherson and Erik Brannstrom.


Stutzle Thinks Tkachuk Has the Worst Shoe Game

Stutzle was able to laugh off the incident, giving a funny jab at Captain Brady Tkachuk saying he has the worst shoe game of them all, without hesitation.

«He always buys the same shoes that I have,» Stutzle laughed. Worst shoe game: Brady Tkachuk. Stutzle didn't even pause on that one, saying, «He just likes wearing Crocs every time.»

Stutzle is off to a hot start this year, with 2 goals and 5 assists in his first 5 games.

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100-Point Scorer Reveals His House Was Robbed

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