USA Hockey Texts Vancouver Senior, Not Ryan Kesler, About Olympics

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VANCOUVER, CANADA - APRIL 20: Ryan Kesler #17 of the Vancouver Canucks skates up ice with the puck during their NHL game against the Detroit Red Wings at Rogers Arena April 20, 2013 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Vancouver won 2-1. (Photo by Jeff Vinnick/NHLI via Getty Images) | Getty

In a classic case of wrong number, USA Hockey accidentally told a 67-year-old Vancouver man that he was on their Sochi 2014 Olympic team.

As TSN commentator Gord Miller reported on Twitter, USA Hockey was texting everyone on their roster to give them a heads up:

But Vancouver Canucks player Ryan Kesler, chosen to be part of the team, had apparently changed his number and forgot to notify the organization.

And the mystery man wasted no time getting to the heart of the matter:

Quick, someone get the man an agent!

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