It looks like one NHL mascot found himself in a pickle after making the wrong turn on his way to meet up with the team. Gritty, the Philadelphia Flyers' mascot, found himself in Ohio on a Scotiabank Arena trip gone wrong. As it turns out, there may be only one 6ix, but there are two T-dots.\nThe mascot's voyage kicked off on Sunday night when he tweeted out that he was heading to Toronto.\nIt wasn't long before fans realized Gritty had made a terrible mistake as he posted a concerning video of him throwing rocks into "the Niagara River."\nEditor's Choice: 7 Toronto Jobs That Are Hiring Right Now & Will Pay You $100,000 Or More A Year\nLocals of the Niagara region were quick to point out that the orange man's coordinates were a little off.\n"I grew up on the Niagara River, this isn't it," wrote one user.\n"Sorry, Gritty, but that's not Niagara River. I live by the river," added another.\nIt would appear the warnings fell on deaf ears because Gritty continued on his way and ended up in a very strange place.\nwhat’s our room #? @KevinPHayes12— Gritty (@GrittyNHL) August 23, 2020\nThe mascot's next tweet was of a city sign that read, "Welcome to Toronto the Gem City."\nWell, as it turns out, Gritty accidentally travelled to Toronto, Ohio, a small town that shares its name with the iconic city.\nToronto looks different than I expected pic.twitter.com/DjOH6EuLO3— Gritty (@GrittyNHL) August 23, 2020\nSadly, it took the googly-eyed creature a few more hours before his mistake started to sink in.\nSpotting an American flag outside was all the realization the mascot needed to understand that he had made a mistake.\nPhilly, I’m coming home. pic.twitter.com/MYAuNBtwRi— Gritty (@GrittyNHL) August 24, 2020\nAfter a few more heartbreaking posts by the mascot, which saw him trying to secure ride, he finally started to make his way back home.\nGritty later released a statement on his blunder, which was pretty wholesome.\n"Some may say I made mistakes, but I'm a better mascot for this. The quest continues. To quote my old friend Bono 'I still haven't found what I'm looking for," he said.