yle=”text-align: justify;”>The professional athletes presence itself makes a person feel happy and excited. They do not have to do anything great but just their presence will make someone’s day. It can be in the form of few kind words, a hand shake, an autograph or simple acknowledgement. It will be remembered throughout the person’s life time. Moreover, they will say proudly to their friends, peers and relatives that they met a sports player recently.
The Calgary Flames is a renowned professional hockey team. The team is based in Alberta, Calgary, Canada. It is a third largest and professional hockey team represents their city Calgary. They are followed by Calgary Cowboys and Calgary Tigers. Bob Hartley is the head coach for the team. Brad Treliving is the General Manager of the team.
Recently, the Calgary Flames team surprised the hospital kids by posing as super heroes. The kids felt happy and excited to see their television super heroes in reality. It happened on Thursday where they managed to make a memorable days for the kids admitted in the hospital. They spend most of their time by carving pumpkins. The players spent their entire day at the Ronald McDonald House Charities located in Calgary.
In the late evening, four members from the Calgary Flames team planned to excite the kids in a different way. The young players took an extra step and dressed up as Avengers to excite the kids. They spent visiting the kids admitted at the children’s hospital. The kids love to watch their favorite local players and they were very excited to see their favorite players in disguise as superheroes.
In the records of Iron Men, Dougie Hamilton (defensemen) is the tallest Iron Man. It is just a guess. Are you wondering who dressed as Incredible Hulk? Well, it was Michael Ferland who is known for his high energy forward position. Sam Bennett was dressed perfectly as Captain America. The Josh Jooris did his best to get into the Thor character. The professional athletes did their best to bring smile in the little one’s face. Both the kids and players had lot of fun and happy moments.