Overshadowed by the Vancouver Canucks’ dominant performance over the San Jose Sharks in game 2 of the Western Conference finals was the story of a woman who decided to flash Ben Eager while he was in the penalty box. The shot was caught on camera and pictures have been circulating over the Internet.
Here are the Top 10 Vancouver Flasher Thoughts
10 – It’s undecided what was a bigger wardrobe malfunction – that woman flashing her breasts, or Todd McClellan’s decision to dress Ben Eager.
9 – When asked about it, all 6 of Vancouver’s D said, “I didn’t notice”….or that could have been their response to the question “what did you think of Dany Heatley?”
8 – On the other hand, Vancouver’s forwards definitely noticed, and they all had the same feeling “those are to dive for”
7 – She knew Mark Recchi would be watching, so she wanted him to diagnose if she has breast cancer.
6 – The flasher is a big Christian Ehrhoff fan, and given his performance this offseason (he’s -6), she wanted to make sure he wasn’t the only person who gets undressed during the game.
5 – Fans are fortunate the arena photographer snapped a picture of that woman’s chest. If Raffi Torres was the photographer it would have been a head shot.
4 – When Gary Bettman saw the picture of her breasts, he experienced some southern expansion.
3 – Ironically, in Vancouver, this was the first appearance of the twins during these playoffs.
2 – She figured Ben Eager would be aroused, but she forgot that he sees bigger breasts after games when he showers next to Kyle Wellwood.
1 – She would have flashed Max Lapierre and even invited him to feel her up, but she knew he would refuse to drop his gloves.
About the Author
Written by Corey Krakower
I am the Director of NHL Content & Habs writer for ProSportsBlogging.com; I have spent 8 seasons behind the bench as a minor hockey coach; and I am the future GM of the Montreal Canadiens (according to my mom). I spend my days managing the Harrow Sports brand in my hometown of Montreal and I moonlight as a Hockey Advisor for Pi Athlete Management. Most importantly, I'll throw anyone under the bus for a laugh.