Tuesday January 20th, 2015

No one in sports is better at intimidating their opponents than New Zealand's national teams. In a U20 hockey game against South Africa on Tuesday, the All Blacks brought their fearsome Haka war dance to the ice. 

The team did the dance before an opening round game in IIHF Division III U20 World Championships. The tournament also features traditional hockey powers Mexico, China and Turkey. 

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The South African players reacted a bit better than the USA basketball team did, but New Zealand still won the game 5-1.

- Dan Gartland

[via TSN]

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