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Corey Perry sprays water into Jeff Carter’s glove

In the Stanley Cup playoffs, we always hear about players trying to knock the stars from the other team off their games. Usually, this is done with rough and sometimes illegal play. This time, it was more funny and harmless than anything else.
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In the Stanley Cup playoffs, we always hear about players trying to knock the stars from the other team off their games. Usually, this is done with rough and sometimes illegal play.

But sometimes it’s the little things. And these minor distractions provide a fair amount of humor for us onlookers.

Case in point: Corey Perry spraying water from his bottle into the glove of an unknowing Jeff Carter. Notice Carter’s glove on the dasher and Perry’s quiet squirt.

Carter’s calm, though slightly irritated reaction is classic.

And these guys were teammates just two-and-a-half months ago in Sochi.

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