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Vancouver Canucks rookies serenade Dice & Ice crowd with Sarah Mclachlan
Sarah Mclachlan's pretty famous and she's pretty Canadian. Everyone knows her song 'I Will Remember You', because it's either played in extremely serious situations or in sarcastic sitcoms. It's supposed to be the sort of song you either fully mean or fully mean to make fun of/with, right up there with the Chariots of Fire theme, 'I Will Always Love You' by Whitney Houston, and anything by Enya.
And that's why it was funny to see the Vancouver Canucks rookies – Zac Dalpe, Jeremy Welsh, Ryan Stanton, and Eddie Lack – put through the ringer at the club's Dice & Ice Benefit (for their Canucks For Kids Fund) on Wednesday night.
And yes, Sarah Mclachlan was there to add some bravado to their shower singing.
It's hard to know exactly what the best part of this is...
Is it Zac Dalpe, who definitely knows the words but is trying to pretend he doesn't?
Is it Ryan Stanton, who just wants to let his play do the talking?
Is it Jeremy Welsh, who has his hands in his pocket and is trying to do the whole 'Dad at a Christmas party looking at someone else's kid's sheet'?
Or is it Swedish netminder Eddie Lack, who's trying to figure out whether or not this is an actual Canadian tradition?
Decide for yourself. The video's below. And, in the words of The Office's Andy Bernard, "Tuna, I'm a performer. And perform, I shall."