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VIDEO: A great ode to 'Sudden Death' from 'Parks and Recreation'

By Brian Stubits | CBSSports.com

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There are a lot of great hockey movies out there, Miracle is a pretty popular one at the moment with the Winter Olympics just a few weeks away. While you think about Slapshot, Mighty Ducks, Goon or any of the numerous others, let's not forget about the Jean-Claude Van Damme masterpiece, Sudden Death.

Somebody who hasn't forgetten is Andy Dwyer of Parks and Recreation fame. In a scene that somehow was cut from the latest episode, Dwyer, played by Chris Pratt, pays homage to the great movie with a song to terrify his audience of children.

Simply, it's a masterpiece. It's nearly as good as the movie itself but let's be real here; it's pretty much impossible to top a movie centering Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final that involves Van Damme playing a goalie, fighting the Penguins mascot Iceburgh and the old Igloo falling apart.

Now, let's enjoy that extended fight scene in the kitchen between Van Damme and the penguin again, shall we? (Afterward let's mock the person who uploaded the video onto YouTube as "Van Damme vs Chicken Mascot in Sudden Death." What the heck kind of chickens is this person dealing with?)

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