Contestants in the "National Costume" round of the Miss Universe pageant are asked to sport attire that best represents their home countries.

Naturally, some participants try to wear as many stereotypes on their clothes as possible.

And on Wednesday night at Miss Universe's 2015 affair in Miami, Fla., Miss Canada did just that.

With a Stanley Cup crown, hockey stick wings, a maple leaf-adorned corset and boots tied up with hockey laces and a working scoreboard attached to her back, she may have taken the cake.

The response to Caledon, Ont. native Chanel Beckenlehner's eccentric costume on Twitter has been mixed. Many appreciate Beckenlehner's commitment to achieving a puckhead look.

Canada's representative last year, Riza Santos, went for the more traditional Mountie-inspired look. But Twitter users seemed dismissive of this year's more unconventional style.

One Twitter user pointed out that Beckenlehner's costume could be interpreted as a tribute to the Canadian CGI-animated show Reboot.

Despite the mixed reviews, there was one consensus: that the scoreboard was wrong.