This is only marginally hockey-related, but it’s too cool not to share. Calarts student John Cody Kim has made Steadfast Stanley, the story of a corgi searching for his human in the zombie apocalypse. This zombie apocalypse seems to be set in Vancouver and stocked with a bunch of undead hockey fans.
If you love dogs, hockey, cartoons, and zombies– well, first we should be best friends. Second: you need to watch this.
Note the hockey mullet on the father. Note the white and green jersey on the boy. I’m thinking Canucks, no? I think it’s a number 7, which would be David Booth or– less likely– Brendan Morrison.
Is that an orca whale statue? Like the one you’d find outside the Vancouver Aquarium?
And that’s definitely the skyline of a Canadian city, but I don’t know which.
Oh, and here’s the gimme:
A zombie mountie (zountie) and an undead hockey player in a red maple leaf.
And besides: the dog is named Stanley.
Hockey fans who Make Things are the best hockey fans in the world.
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