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Found February 05, 2013 on It's Always Sunny in Detroit:

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I have to admit that I have never seen a commercial for a high school hockey game.  Then again, hockey doesn’t get the natural publicity that high school hoops and football does, so players need to promote themselves to get others besides their immediate family at games.  Clarkston (MI) High School, about 40 minutes from Detroit, shot a pretty entertaining commercial to promote their Jan. 26 game against rival Lake Orion.

Yes, the game has been over for weeks and yes, the kid in the video is wearing a St. Louis Blues jersey (why? I don’t know), but this is very well done.

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