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Captain America celebrates Wayne Simmonds’ hat trick (Video)

Greg Wyshynski
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Wayne Simmonds had a hat trick in the Philadelphia Flyers’ Game 6 win over the New York Rangers on Tuesday night, which is obviously a cause for celebration for the Flyers faithful.

And what better way to celebrate than dressing up like Captain America with a giant cardboard Wayne Simmonds head and getting your groove on for two minutes?

At this point we’d like to remind you that Wayne Simmonds is, in fact, from Scarborough, Toronto, Canada.

So perhaps dressing up like Wolverine (Weapon X!) would have been more appropriate.

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