Steve Lind felt the chill coming off the hockey ice that he and his mostly student staff had just finished reinstalling.

It was 1 a.m. and only about three hours after Lind had found himself looking at the neatly connected hardwood slats of the Buckeyes’ basketball court.

Lind and his staff are both quick-change artists and phantoms at the Schottenstein Center. They can convert a basketball venue into a hockey rink or rock concert setting in less time than it takes to drive to Detroit.

And they’re the only ones who know it happens. The public sees the end result and isn’t privy to the work that goes into remaking the Schott. Frankly, that’s how Lind likes it.

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