Paul Bissonnette not only accepted Keith Yandle’s challenge to help raise awareness for ALS — he destroyed it.
As you’re probably familiar with, the ice bucket challenge involves being called out by someone to either dump a bucket of ice water on yourself or donate to ALSA.org.
It’s a fun idea that has gone viral, and it has helped raise plenty of money.
Bissonnette, the former Coyote, took it to an entirely new level.
A helicopter, a glacier and a Speedo, all in the name of charity? We approve.
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