The top players of the Anaheim Mighty Ducks went mighty berserk on Finnish National TV on Saturday. The Finnish Flash Teemu Selänne lured two of the top 10 NHL players, Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry, to perform a cheering video for his musician friend Arttu Wiskari, who is currently competing for the win of the first ever Dancing on Ice TV show in Finland.
Getzlaf read from his (obviously) pre-scripted notes: "Muista hyvä ryhti" which translates "Remember to keep a good posture" while Perry went on even further with the highly unrecognizable language: "Muista peppu alhaalla". That translates roughly to "Remember to keep your butt down".
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The first ever season of the Finnish version of Dancing on Ice is broadcasted on Finland's second largest commercial TV channel Nelonen.