I volunteer for the penalty box. Which means getting situated in the plexi-glass area that usually isn't heated about 15 minutes before the game starts. Then turning to the bench where the players will be sitting I can see that someone has carried each player's water bottle to the bench and neatly lined them up. The players will soon be leaving the locker room and getting on the ice to warm up before the game starts.
The only part of the penalty box you can't really experience from these pictures is the extreme COLD and the SMELL. I wear my boots, hat and gloves plus bring hot tea to sip on during the game. And for the most part, I stay warm. There doesn't seem to be anything I can do about the Sometimes-Overwhelming-Odor that hockey gears picks up. When more than one player is in the box I close my eyes and say:
Take me away Calgon...
After this short tutorial, you are officially trained in on Penalty Box Duty!