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The National Hockey League is currently posting fan’s images of pumpkin carvings.
Most of them are team logos. Those include the Vancouver Canucks, Winnipeg Jets, Montreal Canadiens, Dallas Stars, and much more.
One, however, is Ryan Kesler of the Canucks in the buff.
Here’s the photo by the anonymous carver:
Ryan Kesler's likeliness of his nude pose was recently carved into a pumpkin.
Kesler recently stripped down to nothing for a spread in ESPN the magazine.
It was part of the magazine’s annual body issue, in which athletes of both genders and all sports bare down.
A carving of the Vancouver Canucks logo.
Article written by Matt Wilson. Follow him on Twitter @Mattjw24.
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