Andrew Ference erases his playoff beard after Bruins loss
It's time for the Bruins to move on from the Stanley Cup Final, meaning they shave the playoff beards. Andrew Ference had some fun with it.
The playoff beard is a hockey tradition; the razors go away as long as your team continues to play. Sadly, the beard has to go bye-bye when a playoff run ends. It's usually it's a sad event for the losers. Usually.
Here's Bruins defenseman Andrew Ference stripping away his facial hair using an eraser and a sneeze. One powerful sneeze.
I'm not entirely sure why this makes me laugh so much, but it does. Ference is a man who knows how to use Vine. It looks like it's an A-ha video or something else from the '80s.
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