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Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Hal Gill lightened things up during a practice in Buffalo before Tuesday night's game against the Sabres by pretending to water ski behind the Zamboni as it traveled around the ice.Gill did not play in the 4-3 Flyers victory that evening.Video via NHL.
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Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Hal Gill decided to copy David Ling and entertained him teammates by “water-skiing” behind the Zamboni at practice. Gill may not be the original creator of this, but that doesn’t make it any less funny. [YouTube] The post Hal Gill “Water-skis” behind Zamboni at practice appeared first on Diehardsport.
Having watched Hal Gill play defense in Boston for many years, I can tell you that he’s not one of the best skaters I’ve ever seen. However, after seeing this video from at Flyers practice today, he does have great “water-skiing” form. That counts for something, right?
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