Very sweet, but the others should have helped her, not take it from her
Everyone other than the hockey player and the little girl are jerks. This clip actually pissed me off. 😡
What fucking assholes. Good guy Mr. Hockey man.
Her sad little face broke my heart 😭
Fuck that dad or whatever relation he had to the boys. That player VERY OBVIOUSLY gestured to the little girl and that man purposefully made sure she didn't get the puck until the third try when the other man pushed it down to her hand and out of that jerk's fingers.
Fuck that guy.
I was waiting for the stick to come down for her, but she's so happy with her puck! So cute!
Jeez, that guy is an asshole!! He clearly saw the player point to the girl and he starts pointing to the boy next to her. He throws the puck and he makes sure the boy gets it. Then when the 2nd puck is thrown he wants to act surprised when the player bangs on the glass. Fuck you, buddy! There has to be somoene that can zoom in on his face so we can all know what kind of a guy he really is!! **end angry rant**
That little girl was so cute!! She was elated! <3
I like how the two grown men don’t share the puck with the little girl...
I'm glad the cameras caught this so we can see just how much of an asshole that guy is.
Man, what a fucking hero. Her joy when she finally gets the puck that he'd been trying to give her the first two times was intense. He made that little girl's month, for sure.
All those dudes of various ages who worked together to deny her the pucks those first two times should be ashamed.
Perfect demonstration of what it's like growing up as a girl in a male environment
I can imagine it now- she makes it to the Olympics and this clip is dragged out. The camera cuts to these boys in the stands, maybe they’re her cousins, all of them wearing her number, even their kids. And still I rise.
I was going to write something snarky and mean about the boys be jealous and fat but felt like writing a happy ending on a Monday.
Something about this was weird enough to make me think this was from r/reversegifs, but actually it wasn't. Usually it's the other way around. Or you could say... the reverse.