Hockey Player Takes Ice Bucket Challenge on Top of Mountain, Using Glacier Water, With Help From a Helicopter
This is how you show the world hockey players are the baddest athletes out there.
When NHL free agent Paul Bissonnette was named in an ice bucket challenge by a fellow pucker, he kicked it up about three notches. How? By adding 1. a mountain, 2. ice cold glacier water, and 3. a freakin’ helicopter.
Helps that he lives in Canada and as a free agent has plenty of free time, but still. How stupid now does the guy who challenged Bissonnette look?
Oh, also, ice bucket challenge. Dump a bucket of ice water on your head, donate money to ALS, tell other people to do it. That’s how it works, in case you didn’t know.