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Worst line change ever goes viral. Sorry, Finland

One of the hottest videos making the rounds in the hockey world involves three Finnish players, one door and a whole lot of confusion. Let's get to the action.
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Hey, do you have a case of The Mondays? Fear not, because Team Finland is here for you.

During exhibition play for the World Championship in Belarus, the Finns displayed what many are calling the worst line change ever and it all starts with Chicago's Teuvo Teravainen.

Teravainen has some devastating playmaking talent and will be an early favorite for next year's Calder Trophy, but there was no skill involved here. Mark No. 2 is former Toronto Maple Leaf Leo Komarov, the agitator par excellence who will likely come back from a KHL vacation next season.

To add insult to injury, Teravainen was cut from Finland's final roster.



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