Craig Doremus is the general manager of the New York Bobcats of the Eastern Hockey League. He’s also one of the latest to take part in the Ice Bucket Challenge, the viral video sensation that’s bringing attention to Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) a.k.a. Lou Gehrig's Disease.
Players like Sidney Crosby and Milan Lucic have taken the challenge by dumping frigid water over their heads from a bucket. But from a hockey perspective, it’s hard to top the ingenuity of Doremus and his cohorts at the Eisenhower Park rink on Long Island.
If the objective is finding the chilliest water with which to get drenched, then it doesn’t get chillier than what’s pouring out of the ice-resurfacing machine:
That, friends, is accepting the challenge.
Now, how to get a Zamboni to empty its contents onto a shirtless Tyler Seguin …
s/t reader Kevin Murphy
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