Ducks Forward Corey Perry Squirts Water Into Jeff Carter’s Glove (GIF)

Corey Perry is known for being an excellent hockey player. However did you know that his “agitator” status is far underrated? The Anaheim Ducks wing is not only an excellent force out on the ice but he can display a penchant for really irritating opposing players.

During Game 2 of the Ducks’ series against the Los Angeles Kings, Perry showed off his Grade-A pest abilities during a stoppage of play. Perry took an innocent drink of water, but that innocence disappeared rapidly when he squirted water into Jeff Carter’s glove, which the Kings forward had momentarily left unattended.

Needless to say there’s zero chance that Carter enjoyed this. However, this merely cemented Perry’s status as doing the job both on and off the ice. You gotta do what you gotta do to gain any type of advantage right? I’m sure his teammates were in full support of his actions.

I know that we are.

GIF via Twitter, H/T NESN


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