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Devils mascot takes shots at unsuspecting employees

Workers at arena were surprised with rubber pucks, blaring air horn in April Fool's prank @NHLdotcom

You can't trust anyone on April Fool's Day, and that goes doubly for mascots.

NJ Devil, the mischievous mascot of the New Jersey Devils, executed a strong prank when he lined up outside an elevator to shoot rubber pucks at unsuspecting employees of the Devils and Prudential Center.

Tweet from @NJDevil00: It's #AprilFoolsDay and no one is safe...Not even the @NJDevils and @PruCenter staffers!

The Devils mascot put a street-hockey net inside the staff elevator, which caught workers off guard as they entered. When the staffers reached the desired floor, NJ Devil was waiting to surprise them with an air horn and a smattering of shots on goal.

The mascot appeared exceptionally pleased with the number of goals and victims he scored. But kudos are in order for the one employee jumped in front of a shot, doing his best Cory Schneider imitation. 

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