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Dustin Byfuglien hilariously videobombs Predators’ radio crew

What’s scarier than a Dustin Byfuglien bodycheck? Dustin Byfuglien staring right at you while he videobombs the Predators’ radio crew. Watch as the Jets blueliner hilariously stares into the camera as Predators broadcasters breakdown the night’s game.
The Hockey News

The Hockey News

Dustin Byfuglien is in the midst of one of the best seasons of his career, but that doesn’t mean he can’t find time to have a little fun.

During the Winnipeg Jets’ Thursday morning practice in Nashville, Byfuglien saw Predators’ radio broadcasters Willy Daunic and Brent Peterson breaking down some injuries before Nashville’s tilt with the Jets. So Byfuglien videobombed them by creeping slowly into frame and staring right down the barrel of the camera. It’s amazing.

There’s a moment where you can see Byfuglien get the idea. There he is, minding his own business while his teammates stretch and then his eye catches the camera. The music the NHL placed over the clip makes it a little more hilarious, giving the video a horror movie feel as 'Big Buff' makes his way into the picture.

It probably would have been difficult to get the rights, but it would have been great if the NHL crew used the Jaws theme. We’re going to need a bigger Buff.

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