Corey Perry hilariously trolls Brock Boeser in the middle of a scrum; fans couldn’t stop laughing at his perfectly executed move

The second-round series between the Vancouver Canucks and Edmonton Oilers has exceeded all expectations so far.

The Oilers tied the series 2-2 on Tuesday after yet another thrilling game between the two Canadian teams.

So far, all the games have ended with one-goal wins for one of the teams, and there have been plenty of entertaining moments on and off the ice.

On Sunday, Canucks’ defenseman Carson Soucy cross-checked Connor McDavid in the face—accidentally?—and was handed a one-game suspension as a punishment.

On Tuesday, the physical battles continued, with Soucy watching it from the press box.

As the Canucks trailed the Oilers in the game, a scrum broke out after a whistle. And the veteran forward Corey Perry decided to troll Brock Boeser.

Boeser skated towards the scrum, perhaps to engage, but Perry didn’t let him, and he held his stick up at face level against Boeser.

It was an obvious reference to Soucy’s cross-check on McDavid the other day, and Boeser had no choice but to stay out of the scrum. 

Boeser did get a goal to even the score later in the game, but it was the Oilers who had the last laugh as Evan Bouchard scored the game-winner with just 39 seconds remaining of the third period.

This series seems poised to go all the way to a Game 7, with both teams giving their all to make it to the Conference Final. 

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