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A little girl named Cammy was born unable to walk or speak, but she is a huge hockey fan and hoped to one day be able to hit the ice.

Her dream was recently made possible, thanks to a kindhearted defenseman from the Chicago Blackhawks.

Watch the heartwarming moment above as her favorite player, Duncan Keith, sets her up with some skates and an assist.

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Ray Kaunisto of the Kalamazoo Wings had some fun in a recent post-game interview, slipping in a little reference to the 2001 comedy "Super Troopers."

He managed to get about 7 "meows" in his answers before the interview ended.

Maybe he's just excited for the sequel to come out, which Steve Lemme says will be partially funded with the help of Kickstarter with filming to begin sometime in 2015.

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The mostly Canadian crowd came to the rescue of singer Michelle Madeira, who was struggling with "The Star Spangled Banner" Tuesday night when her microphone started cutting out.

She was performing both the U.S. and Canadian anthems prior to the Nashville Predators vs. Toronto Maple Leafs game at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto.

Unfortunately, for Canada, the Maple Leafs lost 9-2.

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Here's Elsa like you've never seen her before: with a five o' clock shadow.

The Boston Bruins chose a "Frozen" theme this year in their annual Halloween visit to the Boston Children's Hospital, and the photos will melt your cold, cold heart.

Dougie Hamilton and Matt Fraser arrived as Elsa and her sister Anna, with the rest of the players going as Kristoff, Sven, Hans and Olaf the snowman.

The guys even attempted to sing their own version of "Let It Go," according to Sports Illustrated.

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