(Please Note: This is not a deleted scene from "Boat Trip.")
When we last left Cuba Gooding, Jr.
, he was lit like a Christmas tree at the NHL Awards, hitting on Andrew Ferences wife and making a reverse Oreo joke and telling Mark Messier to get his hands off of Cuba's posterior. Twice.
On Tuesday, the Oscar-winning star of Snow Dogs and rambling train wreck pulled into United Center in Chicago to participate in the intermission Shoot The Puck competition during a Chicago Blackhawks
He shot. He scored. He stripped.
And he didn't even need a Michael Jackson wind machine for the open shirt.
Cubas performance comes at time when stripping and the Chicago Blackhawks Shoot The Puck arent exactly hand-in-glove. The team banned use of the song The Stripper this season after an Internet movement called for the team
to stop playing whenever a woman fan took part in the intermission event.
We can only assume this was a cunning attempt by Gooding, Jr. to offer a subversive commentary on gender politics and their place in arena entertainment.
Or he was sauced like a Lou Malnatis' pie. One of the two.