David Booth’s Slacklining Attempt Has Especially Painful Ending (Video)

by NESN Staff

June 5, 2014

The Vancouver Canucks might not currently be playing hockey, but that doesn’t mean forward David Booth isn’t still taking a beating.

For the first time in six years, the Canucks didn’t reach the postseason, so Booth’s summer vacation started much earlier than normal. The winger has certainly had some time to kill this offseason, and that led him to try his hand at slacklining, which is essentially a much less terrifying version of walking a tightrope.

Unsurprisingly, the professional athlete had solid balancing skills, but one little misstep near the end cost him very dearly. Make sure your sound is on so you get the full effect.

Right in the Canucks.

And you thought hockey was dangerous.


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