Nathan Walker has been all over the hockey world in the past month. The first Australian ever to play in the NHL went from Washington to Edmonton back to Washington then to Hershey in a matter of weeks. However, Walker seems to be reacquainting himself with the fans in Chocolatetown quite well.
In the first period of his first home game back in Hershey, Walker decided to make his presence known against the rival Wilkes-Barre Scranton Pengins with a big hit. Then, as if it wasn’t enough, he doled out an even bigger blow just seconds later.
As Jarrett Burton attempted to exit the zone for the Baby Pens, Walker shouldered him into the boards, dislodging the puck. Riley Barber picked up the loose puck for the Bears but got cleared out. Walker then circled around and demolished Freddie Tiffels.
Wilkes-Barre would win 2-1 in overtime, but the Hershey faithful must be glad to see Nate back in chocolate and white.
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