Can an Average Guy Stop a Hockey Pro’s 98MPH Slap Shot? | Above Average Joe | GQ



In episode 1 of Above Average Joe, GQ writer Clay Skipper tries to answer the question: is it really that hard to stop a pro-grade slap shot? But first, he has to learn how to ice skate…and put on his gear…and not flop around like a fool. Join Clay as he takes in this challenge with help from a doctor, skating and hockey coaches, Stanley Cup champion Chico Resch, former NHL player Anson Carter and even Olympic figure skater Adam Rippon.

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Can an Average Guy Stop a Hockey Pro’s 98MPH Slap Shot? | Above Average Joe | GQ

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33 thoughts on “Can an Average Guy Stop a Hockey Pro’s 98MPH Slap Shot? | Above Average Joe | GQ

  1. "Ugh watching this person who is practically 100% new at hockey try to do hockey things that I'm better than him at is so r/cringe!!!! hes a poopy stupid head for not being get while i am!!!"

  2. a narcissistic dandy and an african , the african should stick with african ball, as their jungle skills have caused them to take all sports except hockey, leave hockey alone. the narcissitic dandy should stick to writing about fashion, or TV thats about his level

  3. 4:22 I fell over that same way when I was about 9 but caught my hand on the skates and split the entire side of my thumb wide open, this was on a scout camp and everyone was annoyed at me as they had to close the ice rick as it was covered

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