Boston Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask may have had a rough week between the pipes, but he tried to find his rhythm in an unconventional way Friday night at Nietzsche's.
On the eve of the Bruins' eventual 4-0 stomping of the Sabres -- in which Rask sat in favor of backup Niklas Svedberg -- the 2013-14 Vezina Trophy winner and a few other teammates dropped by the Allentown live-music venue to check out a show, said The Good Neighborhood founder Seamus Gallivan.
Rask quietly asked local band the Mustn'ts if he could step in as the drummer for the band's song, a cover of Phish's "Back on the Train," and Gallivan shot a short video of the Bruins net-minder laying down the beat.
He isn't terrible, but I'll say this: Tuukka Rask is no Neil Peart. Don't quit your day job, Tuukka.
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