Kreider throws Tkachuk’s mouthguard into the stands

Kreider throws Tkachuk’s mouthguard into the stands
Kreider throws Tkachuk’s mouthguard into the stands

We probably saw the first pitch of the mouthguard in the National League playoffs on Tuesday night at Sunrise.

The protector belonged to Panthers forward Matthew Tkachuk. He and his brother Brady, of the Ottawa Senators, have this habit of chewing on their protector in all circumstances instead of using it normally.

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It’s unusual, it’s happening because other players have started doing it and obviously, it also annoys a lot of people.

A few days ago, our colorful analyst Michel Bergeron was not shy about saying how much this habit annoyed him and he openly wished that someone would push the mouth guard down Tkachuk’s throat… or something. something like that.

“Bergy” and Tkachuk’s mouth protector… –

“Bergy” must therefore have liked the initiative of Rangers veteran Chris Kreider, who literally ripped the equipment out of Tkachuk’s mouth during a scrum in the third period of the match between the two teams on Tuesday evening.

After an exchange of words that one imagines were full of empathy and kindness, Kreider simply “garroched” the protector in the stands.

Anything to distract the opponent!

It can be seen in the main video.

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