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The Dallas Stars were in Vancouver last night and for some reason there seemed to be an inordinate amount of Stars’ jersey chasers hanging on the glass during warmups. And one backwards hat bro. Of course some Stars fatty was holding a sign for goalie Kari Lehtonen. One thing led to another and Kari launched a puck in the fatty’s direction. The bad part? Kari drilled the dude instead of the fatty.
Sorry about your nose, bro. Hope getting drilled was worth the souvenir.
Posted: Last night
Premise of Video: Fatty wants Kari to win the Vezina Trophy, awarded annually to the NHL’s best goalie. That’s worthy of a pre-game puck to the face, right? Oh, by the way, Vancouver torched Kari for four goals before he was pulled in a 5-2 game.
Climax of Video: Backwards Hat bro being attended to by Vancouver medical staff.
Conclusion: Did that fatty really just go batsh*t over a Gatorade towel thrown to the guy to stop the blood? What a selfish *****. It’s a towel, you giant whale. But this is the mindset of the Jersey Chasers. A ‘me’ attitude. This is also why the ‘block’ feature on Twitter is so damn important. Can you imagine all the fat broads trying send you cooch shots? Could easily throw a goalie off his game this late in an NHL season.
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During pregame warmups before Friday night's NHL game in Vancouver, Dallas Stars goalie Kari Lehtonen accidentally hit a Stars fan in the face with a flying puck, setting off a hilarious chain of events to follow.
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