Late in the first period, six-foot, 189-pound TJ Oshie reminded us why we should never just think of him as a tiny skill forward.
The Sochi hero sent Radko Gudas into the boards, shoving most of Gudas’s body into the Flyers bench.
Gudas was already going for a shift change so hey, why not? The super slo-mo replay is fantastic.
Gudas once tried to fight our bb Andre Burakovsky so let’s just say now we’re even.
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