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Nail Yakupov would fight a bear and other NHL Draft picks vs. animals battles (Puck Daddy Mini-Doc)

Greg Wyshynski
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PITTSBURGH — By the time they're selected in the Draft, the NHL's top prospects have been put through rigorous physical and psychological evaluations.

But until Thursday, no one had asked them which animal they'd like to beat the crap out of in a fight.

Fear not, NHL Draft fans: Your friends at Puck Daddy were there to ask Nail Yakupov, Ryan Murray, Alex Galchenyuk, Malcolm Subban, Morgan Rielly, Jacob Trouba and Mathew Dumba which of nature's creatures they'd like to fight the most.

The results ranged from bears to family pets to a hummingbird. Enjoy!

Puck Daddy Mini-Doc: 2012 NHL Draft from Greg Wyshynski on Vimeo.

Here's the YouTube link as well.

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