British soccer fan reacts to the biggest hits in NHL history, and it’s one of the most hilarious videos we’ve ever seen

There’s just nothing like hockey. It’s the best sport in the world, with lots of goals, physical plays with loads of big hits, and overall entertaining.

And it’s always a treat watching a game with someone who hasn’t watched too many games.

Hockey may not be as popular as football, basketball, or baseball in the US, and many still don’t know all the rules.

But if you give hockey a chance, you will likely stick around.

Game 7 of the 2024 Stanley Cup Finals between the Florida Panthers and the Edmonton Oilers was the most-watched NHL game in 5 years, drawing nearly 8 million viewers.

Hockey is becoming increasingly popular, but in the UK, it will probably never be the main sport.

The UK is way more known for playing soccer and cricket than anything else, and hockey is not as popular as it is in other European countries, like Sweden, Russia, Finland, or Czechia.

But even though hockey is probably not even in the top five most popular sports across the Atlantic, some people are eager to learn more about hockey and enjoy what they see.

One Youtuber by the name of Adam Courser, with more than 350,000 subscribers, does some hilarious reaction videos about various things, and he’s been getting more and more into hockey for the last couple of years.

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It’s obvious he doesn’t know a lot about the sport, and it’s hilarious to see him react to some memorable things that have happened in the league.

Years ago, he reacted to some of the goalie legend Dominik Hasek’s best-ever saves, but his probably best hockey-related clip came when he sat down to watch and react to the biggest NHL hits of all time.

The video has over 200,000 views, and it’s just great seeing him react to people getting steamrolled on the ice.

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Most British people probably have soccer as their main sport, and although it’s the most played sport in the world, it’s not known to be very physical.

Soccer players tend to throw themself on the ground every chance they get, and players like Neymar have made it their trademark to dive on the pitch.

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That’s why it’s so great seeing someone who hasn’t watched all that much hockey seeing some great hits and physical play, as that makes hockey the best sport in the world!

In the video, Adam, for example, asks himself, ’Why aren’t there more deaths?’

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