Gongshow Hockey Shacks:Bobby Ryan (Part 1 of 2)"The Shack"





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Published on Sep 15, 2011

http://www.GongshowGear.com "Lifestyle Hockey Apparel" The GSH Boys headed down to our buddy Bobby Ryan's (Anaheim Ducks) summer house in Idaho to take in his little piece of Rocky Mountain heaven. This is part 1 of 2 (part 2 to be released in October 2011) of Gongshow Hockey Shacks Feat. Bobby Ryan - an original series from the Gongshow boys touring around to our NHL buddies houses to show everyone a glimpse of how these guys live there lives, off the ice.
Ryan is wearing Gongshow Gear in this video - specifically the Hockey Flow in Progress hat, Ringer T-shirt and Captain Clutch Flip Flops. Gongshow Gear is made specifically to fit the lifestyle of hockey players off the ice.
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Video Directed and Edited by Steve Shilson http://www.straylightfilms.ca/

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