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Watch Fucked Up Perform With Montreal Canadiens Organist in New Hockey Video

Last night, the Montreal Canadiens kicked off their 2016/2017 NHL season with a 4-1 victory over the Buffalo Sabres. To celebrate another year of hockey, Red Bull Music Academy brought together Toronto’s Fucked Up and Canadiens organist Diane Bibeau for a new video called “Stick and Punk.” In it, they soundtrack a hockey game with a performance from the bench. Former Canadiens star Guy Carbonneau plays the referee.
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