VIDEO: Vancouver Canucks Fan Fills In For Green Men, Flashes Ben Eager

Sully and Force, the famed Green Men of Vancouver, usually occupy the seats beside the visiting penalty box at Rogers Arena. When there, they monopolize the space and use their antics to distract the offending player -- even if the NHL says they're not allowed to touch the glass anymore. 

Point is, if anybody else wants to get in on the game, they can't really do so with Sully and Force there. There's just not enough room for everybody, ya know?

Well, the Green Men weren't in their usual seats on Wednesday night during Game 2 against the Sharks, and that allowed a lovely young lady to slowly waltz over to the glass, lift her jersey and undershirt and show San Jose's Ben Eager her own, subtle way of distracting professional athletes.

OK, so not that subtle. Blurred, yet still NSFW photo after the jump.

Here's where the Green Men were during Game 2, up in the suites like a couple of bored suits.


Meanwhile, the fun down in their seats near the press box (via Nucks Misconduct.)


And (censored) video via The Score, which shows just how nonchalant the young lady was about this whole thing as she walked away.

Eager looked away in mid-flash! That's some restraint. Too bad he couldn't show that same restraint on the ice, right?

For more on the NHL's Western Conference Final, check in with our Sharks vs. Canucks series hub, as well as our blogs: Fear The Fin covering the Sharks and Nucks Misconduct covering the Canucks. You can find more local coverage at SB Nation Bay Area and Battle of California.

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