Los Angeles, CA – For 38th year in a row, Dave “The Hammer” Schultz came up short at the Grammy Awards for his hit single “The Penalty Box.”
The once beloved NHL goon recorded the smash single in 1977, stepping out of his comfort zone and singing a catchy ditty about his experiences in the penalty box during an NHL game.
Schultz was once again nominated for Song of the Year, Best Pop Vocal Album and Best Pop Solo Performance for the 38th year in a row. Unfortunately for The Hammer, he was snubbed yet again for a Grammy.
“The biggest regret of my professional hockey career is not winning a Grammy. Every year I come in as the favorite, every year I leave empty handed to spend out the rest of my days in the penalty box,” Schultz said, dejectedly.
“Baby, how long will you keep me in the penalty box? Oh It’s lonely in the penalty box. I know I broke the rules, but rules are broken by fools,” Schultz quotes from his hit single.
You be the judge….did he deserve to capture a Grammy this year?