The NHL on TSN studio crew spoofs 'The Hangover'

Bruce Bennett

Complete with requisite hilarious outtakes.

The NHL on TSN panel is the best in the business for a reason. Their acting ability... is not a part of that repertoire. That's okay though, because they're all fun, game guys. Host James Duthie has proven that earlier in the season with his hilarious "exclusive" on Roberto Luongo and Cory Schnieder, and now the whole gang gets into the act with a digital short spoofing The Hangover.

Whether or not your appetite for the original The Hangover has soured after the crass, obvious commercialism produced by the two sequels, it's hard not to consider this a really fun effort. Everyone is completely game, especially Dreger, the man known on the internet for having the a face so serious, may thought it created by The Devil. Aaron Ward, one of my favorites, is especially game. Good on the crew for getting the Los Angeles Kings to participate, and not overusing the always game for comedy Dustin Penner, who kills in his quick bit.

I just wish they'd gone with some of the outtakes. Don't you love how Ward really leans into that line "What's up, jerkfaces?!?!"

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