Ice Bud! Adorable military support dog performs the ceremonial puck drop at NHL game while his owner stands by his side at center ice

Mail Online | 3/13/2018 | Olivia Elgart For Dailymail.com
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A military support dog performed the ceremonial puck drop to kick off the NHL game between the Colorado Avalanche and the Arizona Coyotes over the weekend.

Captain Michael Caspers, a United States Army infantry officer, stood at center ice with his support dog Vincent on Saturday as part of Military Appreciation Day at the Pepsi Center in Colorado.

Labrador - Retriever - Spotlight - Puck - Mouth

The yellow Labrador retriever stole the spotlight as he held the puck in his mouth and dropped it between Oliver Ekman-Larsson, captain of the Coyotes, and Gabriel Landeskog, captain of the Avalanche.

The video shows the dog sitting with the puck in his mouth, waiting to be told what to do.

Vincent - Time - Puck - Commenter - Loudspeaker

'Alright Vincent, time to drop the puck,' a commenter on the loudspeaker announces.

After the pooch drops the puck, the crowd goes wild and starts cheering him on as he wags his tail in excitement.

Captains - Hands - Caspers - Exchange - Words

Both captains then shake hands with Caspers and exchange words with him while Vincent basks in his newfound fame.

Captain Caspers is an infantry of the United States Army who lost his right...
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