Ryan Reaves, a professional fourth liner, plays in the NHL for one purpose and it’s not scoring goals. After wanting to become a more physical team, the Pittsburgh Penguins traded a first round pick to the St. Louis Blues in exchange for Reaves.
However, he has mastered a perfect imitation of a goal horn.
Ryan Reaves’ goal horn imitation is stunningly good: pic.twitter.com/JWHKxTUrCa
— Jason Mackey (@JMackeyPG) December 29, 2017
During the Penguins practice yesterday, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reporter Jason Mackey posted a video of Reaves’ weird skill. Right after a goal was scored during a shootout drill, an off-camera Reaves made it his duty to sound the horn. This is so good it seems real.
We all have our talents.
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