NHL Teams Might Ice Gary Glitter Song

'Rock & Roll Part 2' could be pulled from games after rocker's jailing on child pornography charges.

Two Canadian National Hockey League teams are considering pulling the
crowd-hyping favorite “Rock & Roll Part 2,” following the jailing of the
song’s singer, British glam star Gary Glitter (born Paul Francis
Gadd), on child pornography charges last week, Reuters reported.
According to the report, the Calgary Flames said on Monday (Nov. 15) that
they were already contemplating icing the 1972 hit before the 55-year-old
singer was convicted in Britain on Friday of possessing pornographic
pictures of children and sentenced to four months in jail. The Edmonton
Oilers also reportedly said they may retire the tune — a staple of
many sporting events. Glitter was acquitted Friday, in a separate case,
on eight counts of sexual assault.