Found February 01, 2013 on Unathletic:
PLAYERS: Tyler Seguin
TEAMS: Boston Bruins
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The Bruins hosted the Devils on Wednesday night in a game that went to a shootout. The Bruins ended up winning the game, with the best highlight being a hot dog being chucked on the ice as Tyler Seguin attempted his turn in the shootout. Clearly, the hot dog was enough of a distraction that Seguin didn’t score…. Oh wait, the game was in Boston so the flying wiener was meant for Brodeur. Either way, the best part was seeing the hot dog slide across the ice as the save was made.
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