Dog Joins Bruins Hockey Player On The Ice In Sweet Reunion

Copper showed some loving to the brand new Boston Bruin, and Twitter loved it.

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Newly-minted Boston Bruins defenseman Paul Postma posed with his dog Copper during practice February 18. Via NHL/Twitter
John Virata

National Hockey League player Paul Postma has awesome parents. The newly-minted Boston Bruins defenseman was practicing in Calgary before a game when his parents drove about 90 minutes from Red Deer, Alberta, so he could visit and play with his dog, Copper.

The 2-year-old pup went on the ice and got a big hug from the No. 14 Bruin, according to NHL.com.

And judging by the tweets of the February 18 reunion, Postma and his four-legged sidekick may just have a built-in fan base.

Postma, who just signed a one-year deal with the Bruins, is certainly getting some love from Bruins fans. And Copper is helping to break the ice.

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