For most hockey players, making it to the NHL is the fulfillment of a childhood dream. But what if they have auxiliary childhood dreams? Why, that's what the offseason is for.
P.K. Subban, for example, has apparently long harboured the dream of being a zookeeper (presumably since childhood, but maybe since seeing that one Kevin James movie). Recently, he finally got to live that dream, as Canadian interviewer Cabbie took him to the Toronto Zoo for the day:
Subban, upon entering the camel cage: "We're getting kicked for sure." Pessimism that you'll be attacked by the very creatures you're only trying to help? Sounds like the Montreal fans are getting to him.
Finally, Subban gets to do all the zookeeper-y things he always wanted, like cleaning up camel excrement, and cleaning up penguin excrement!
Note to young people: if you like shovelling crap all day, become a zookeeper. Or a lobbyist, I guess.