The Seinfeld character David Puddy was known for being a pretty relaxed guy, especially when it came to airplane entertainment or figuring out dinner.
But there was one thing that Puddy got extremely emotional about: the New Jersey Devils.
On Tuesday at the Prudential Center, the Devils hosted ’90s Night for their game against the Pittsburgh Penguins. Patrick Warburton was on hand to “support the team” as Puddy, complete with the painted face and painted chest. He even did the ceremonial puck drop, and there was an unfortunate faceplant included during the festivities.
LETS GO! LETS GO! @paddywarbucks pic.twitter.com/rMZjSIYhY9
— New Jersey Devils (@NJDevils) February 19, 2019
A fired up @paddywarbucks drops the puck before tonight's @NJDevils game! #NJDevils pic.twitter.com/VE5A78pVeh
— MSG Networks (@MSGNetworks) February 20, 2019
There was also this Puddy bobblehead given away to 9,000 fans in attendance on Thursday:
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Forever supporting the team.
Yup, this is a real thing that is really being given out to 9,000 fans on February 19 for 90s Night. Our thanks to our pal @paddywarbucks for always supporting the team.
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— New Jersey Devils (@NJDevils) February 13, 2019
That bobblehead’s alright! High five.[MSG]
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