Roberto Luongo Reading Poetry


Yesterday, my girlfriend and a friend of hers commandeered the living room to paint and make collages. Artsy stuff.

This displaced me from watching the Blackhawks-Canucks game on TV, so I watched TSN’s feed of the game online.

Boy, am I glad that I did! 

During intermission, TSN aired this hilarious segment featuring Canucks goalie Roberto Luongo reading poetry. His verses were about the Sedin Twins, Dustin Byfuglien, the shootout and other hockey-related subjects. Check out the video above–it is 2 minutes of pure genius.

Why can’t U.S. hockey coverage be this funny?

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Sal Barry is the editor and webmaster of Puck Junk. He is a freelance hockey writer, college professor and terrible hockey player. Follow him on Twitter @puckjunk

One thought on “Roberto Luongo Reading Poetry”

  1. It's all about the LOVE and PASSION for the game that Canadiens have! I saw it too last night during the intermission.

    Though, I did enjoy the Kane Vs Toews All-star videos a little while back!

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