We've all watched a ton of these ice bucket challenge videos over the last week -- good news, they're working! -- and frankly, the ones including NHL players have been pretty dull. You mean to tell me that Sidney Crosby can't challenge Scott Hartnell or something? What is wrong with these guys?
That all changed Sunday, though, with former Maple Leafs Nikolai Kulemin and Mikhail Grabovski challenging their old general manager Dave Nonis and old coach Randy Carlyle. So perfect.
Grabbo was bought out by the Leafs during the 2013 offseason, coming off a year in which he was the best center on the team. After a year in Washington, he signed with the Islanders this summer, while Kulemin left the Leafs in free agency to join the Isles after several years of being under-utilized by Carlyle in Toronto.
You have 24 hours, Randy and Dave.