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NSFW: Fan goes streaking after losing Gagner bet

Posted on: February 3, 2012 4:45 pm
Edited on: February 3, 2012 5:07 pm
 

By Brian Stubits

You want to have a good idea of how crazy the idea was of Sam Gagner scoring four goals with four assists in one night? A die-hard Oilers fan said he's run down the streets of Edmonton in the buff if he scored four on Thursday.

Gagner scored four.

Being a man of his word (and of course being needled by his wife to go through with it) Travis Dakin, took to the freezing, snow-covered streets of Edmonton and went through with it.

With a "A deal is a deal. Eight points. Yea Gagner," he was off ... with his clothes and running down the street. They sure like their hockey in Canada, eh?

Yes, the video is NSFW for a slightly visible rear end.

Frank the Tank would be proud (link equally NSFW, actually moreso). In an odd twist, though, Dakin's wife was likely also proud unlike Frank's wife considering she's the one who made the bet with him.

Keep in mind that right now it's actually warm in Edmonton. The forecast for Friday night only calls for it to be 19 degrees (Farenheit, of course).

Either the idea shows how crazy it was for Gagner to drop eight points in one game or how crazy some fans in Canada can be. Or both. Probably both.

More from Eye on Hockey

Gagner's unbelievable eight-point night

H/t to Cult of Hockey

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Comments

Since: Dec 29, 2011
Posted on: February 4, 2012 7:23 am
 

NSFW: Fan goes streaking after losing Gagner bet

Geez, what are the chances that a bet like this would have even been made and for the unexpected to have happened?



Since: Jul 1, 2010
Posted on: February 3, 2012 8:39 pm
 

NSFW: Fan goes streaking after losing Gagner bet

Darwin, where are you?



Since: Dec 19, 2006
Posted on: February 3, 2012 8:20 pm
 

NSFW: Fan goes streaking after losing Gagner bet

Awesome...


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