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Canadiens' Brendan Gallagher, Nathan Beaulieu get haunted house fright

Montreal Canadiens' players Brendan Gallagher and Nathan Beaulieu may be confident and cool on the ice, but it's a different story when they take on a haunted house.

Youtube video shows Habs duo screaming their way through La Ronde's Maison Rouge

Brendan Gallagher and Nathan Beaulieu of the Montreal Canadiens wore portable cameras to capture their reactions to La Ronde's La Maison Rouge - Labyrinth of Terror. (HabsTV)

Montreal Canadiens' players Brendan Gallagher and Nathan Beaulieu may be cool and confident on the ice, but it's a different story in a haunted house full of sharp-toothed clowns.

A new Youtube video posted on the HabsTV channel on Monday shows the duo screaming their way through La Maison Rouge - Labyrinth of Terror at Montreal's La Ronde amusement park.

Filmed in the style of reality TV shows like Ghost Hunters, portable cameras focused on their faces capture the players' reactions (and bleeped-out expletives) to every blood-chilling moment.  

The video had more than 20,000 visitors by Tuesday morning.

It's also been a hit with Habs' fans on Twitter.

CBC reporter Morgan Dunlop also documented her experience in La Maison Rouge earlier this year.

Check out La Ronde's newest thriller: Maison Rouge

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CBC's Morgan Dunlop takes a trip through the Montreal amusement park's new "labyrinth of terror". 1:45

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