A Great Time To Pop Open a Puck Soda

We’d all agree — little Matty Perreault had himself one heck of a hockey season. And at its conclusion, in glory, why shouldn’t he pop open a cold one — a Canadian cold one, of course — and savor it? Don’t mistake his holding up two fingers as acknowledgment of his playing a key role in two Calder Cup titles with Hershey; he’s telling his friend behind me that he needs two cold ones, the other of course for the photographer.

photo by On Frozen Blog

Francois Bouchard came along and said, ‘Let’s make it four cold ones.’

photo by On Frozen Blog

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10 Responses to A Great Time To Pop Open a Puck Soda

  1. I’m just glad that isn’t a Natty Light…

  2. Eric says:

    Love this stuff and why don’t they sell Molson in cans around Frederick?!

  3. Dru says:

    It’s a sin. The even have Blue can’s up there. Not fair at all.

  4. hockee phan says:

    great photos and well deserved cold ones

  5. GoCapsGo says:

    I’m more concerned with the gesture of his left hand in that first photo…

  6. pucksandbooks says:

    More photos coming, Hockey Phan.

    And I’m for the liberal distribution in the States of Canadian suds. Except Black Label.

  7. tacks says:

    Hey they should show their big club how to win.

  8. turquoise_donkey says:

    i don’t know if anyone else watched/noticed neuvi spray the owner (i think) with champagne after the game. he then proceeded to take a swig. my questions: is he legal to do that? regardless, it was very funny.

  9. Elliotte says:

    @Turquiose_Donkey,

    Neuvy’s 22, same for Matty P. Most of the Bears are over 21. Carlson & Holtby are two that are under, plus the guys called up from Juniors.

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