Boston Bruins left wing Brad Marchand was caught in a really funny moment on Friday ahead of the match against Washington Capitals. The Canadian ice hockey player didn’t shy away from taking a souvenir of his own as he grabbed a fan’s phone after the warm-up session to record a welcome message to TD Garden.
Marchand, with all smiles, began recording the video while walking to the Bruins’ locker room. He commenced while introducing himself as B-M-6-3. The video of this incident went viral on social media soon after an NESN journalist uploaded the same on Twitter. Notably, it wasn’t clear whether the fan got his mobile phone back or not!
The caption of the video read: “I don’t know whose phone this is.” — Brad Marchand
Young Bruins fan Aiden Smith was treated to a pretty awesome surprise from @Bmarch63 before Thursday’s game against the Capitals. @NESN”
Here’s the full video of this hilarious moment:
“Hey, what’s up! This is BM63. I don’t know whose phone this is, but I hope you have a lot of fun tonight because I know I’m going to,” the 33-year-old said. “Anyways, got to go, see ya.”
Brad Marchand sustains an upper-body injury
Marchand yet again grabbed all the eyeballs today after he was knocked out after sustaining an upper-body injury. This seemed to have occurred when Capitals forward Garnet Hathaway hit him into the boards during the match.
The NHL veteran soon returned to the Bruins’ bench but was repeatedly seen grabbing and applying ice to his right shoulder. He also failed to even lift his right arm to celebrate a Boston goal. However, Brad’s absence didn’t hurt his side as they comfortably won 4-3 in the end while David Pastrňák emerged as the top-scorer with his brace.