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An NHLer Accidentally Kicked His New Bride In The Face & The Video Is Going Viral (VIDEO)

Weddings never turn out as you'd expect, something always goes wrong. While so many people have wedding horror stories, not many can say that our new husband kicked us in the head at the reception. Sadly, Vancouver Canucks' Adam Gaudette's new wife had that experience.

Micaela Robinson Gaudette, who married the NHLer back in June, has shared a video of the incident on TikTok and the footage has gone totally viral. 

The account is for herself, her husband and their dogs and it's called "gaudsquad." 

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Sooo I cried for a bit and he felt insanely bad but it was fine because we ended up partying until 8 am with our best friends Micaela Robinson Gaudette,

gaudsquad |TikTok

The first video is titled "How my husband ruined our wedding part 1" and shows the athlete dancing up on his new wife. Soon, he goes for a high kick over her head and lands his foot right on the side of his new bride's head. 

The video pauses right when his foot hits her. The comments beg for her to post the full video and she does not disappoint. 

The second video shows the whole scene, before and after the kick.

You see the shirtless man kick his bride, immediately kiss her and apologize profusely, then you hear her say "I think I have a concussion," though she does have a smile on her face. 

Click here for the full video. 

Gaudette may be a straight shooter on the ice, but he could use a little practice with those high kicks.

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