With a wholly-lackluster rating of 1% on Rotten Tomatoes, it’s unlikely Columbia Pictures will ever order a sequel to Dana Carvey’s The Master of Disguise, but if they do, they might want to consider casting Anaheim Ducks defenseman Kevin Bieksa.
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Bieksa posed as “Mitch the security guard” at the Honda Center to give his unwitting teammates a taste of extreme vetting before they were allowed to enter the arena.
Bieksa’s first victim, Ducks captain Ryan Getzlaf, became both confused and irritated when given a particularly close inspection from below.
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Last year, during a preseason game, Bieksa went in disguise as a mustachioed Honda Center ice crew member. He succeeded in irritating fellow Ducks and Phoenix Coyotes players alike and wasn’t unmasked until getting handsy with goaltender John Gibson during a postgame photoshoot.
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Earlier this season, sans disguise, Bieksa did his best impression of a UFC fighter by knocking down Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Radko Gudas with a single superman punch.