This guy just got a ton of new fans!
Ray Kaunisto of the Kalamazoo Wings was interviewed during an intermission in an ECHL game, and he decided to play a game of his own… the Meow Game, or the Cat Game depending on who you ask.
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You may remember this game from Super Troopers!
Anyway, Ray racked up seven 'meows' in 40 seconds, and reporter Ben Garrod was somehow able to keep it together!
Ch-ch-check out the silliness (above)!
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Hockey is a tough game with some passionate fans, but they're also some of the classiest fans out there.
During Tuesday's Toronto Maple Leafs game, singer Michelle Madeira's mic cut out while she was singing The Star-Spangled Banner, but the crowd wasn't going to let the song end so easily.
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They all started singing in unison right where Michelle left off, then continued on with O Canada afterward.
Ch-ch-check out the awesome moment (above)!
The men's field hockey team at the University of Nottingham in the UK have the right idea about sports!
Sports should be about teamwork, and being inclusive, and trying your best, and shoving really long hot dogs into our mouth.
Speaking of really long hot dogs… the hockey team wanted to send a message about combating homophobia in sports, so they took to the hockey field: NAKED!
It's not often that a group of ginormous, full grown men dressed up as Frozen characters make us say, AWWWWWWWW!!!!
However, this is a rare exception!
Earlier this week, and handful of players from the Boston Bruins decided to bring Halloween to Boston Children's Hospital a bit early and gave some kiddies a trick-or-treat experience they'll NEVER forget!
A horrible tragedy happened on Wednesday when a fatal shooting happened near the Canada parliament in Ottawa that left one soldier dead.
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And while that lead to the cancellation of the game between two famous Canadian hockey teams - the Toronto Maple Leafs and Ottawa Senators - another hockey game that happened later that evening had something tear-worthy happen!
During the game between the Pittsburgh Penguins and the Philadelphia Flyers, the NHL hockey crowd put on a touching display when they began to
At a recent hockey game in Canada, singer Mark Donnelly had the chance to sing his nation's anthem.
It's always a huge honor for someone to get the chance to belt out everyone's favorite song to sing at (Canadian) sporting events: O Canada!
But Mark didn't want to just stand there and sing his national anthem, that wouldn't do mighty Canada any justice.