When faced with a plumber on the ice, Mike Green skates around him, and into the offensive zone for a scoring chance. Off the ice, however, the Washington Capitals' defender works with plumbers to improve their professionalism as an office enforcer, of sorts.
In this commercial from Michael & Son Services, a plumbing and repair company from the DC area, Green is brought in to enforces the rules to the new recruits. He does this by patrolling the halls on inline skates, and obliterating anybody that fails to adhere to Michael & Son's strict code of conduct:
I especially like the way he enforces rule no. 1: Be on time. It's not enough to just lay the guy out as he strides into work thinking he's gamed the system. Green pins him to the glass, so the poor guy's co-workers can bang on it like the worst fans in the world.
This is all well and good, but one wonders why Michael & Son didn't hire Tom Wilson to be their enforcer instead. Have you seen the speed he gets on his hits? He'd only need to lay out one guy before the entire crew got it together.
Stick-tap Chris C.
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