Hockey players visit children's hospital dressed as Frozen cast (VIDEO)

Oct 28, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. ET
Image: Boston Bruins TV

When you think about the NHL, ice definitely comes to mind. But not ice castles and ice queens. Until now.

Each year, Bruins players visit Boston Children's Hospital to reverse trick-or-treat, bringing goodie bags to kids and their families and signing autographs. This year, players Torey Krug, Dougie Hamilton, Matt Bartkowski, Kevan Miller, Seth Griffith and Matt Fraser got decked out in full Frozen regalia.

Hamilton, a 6'5" 21-year-old defenseman, dressed as Elsa — arguably the most popular character in Frozen. No one has ever looked so adorably awkward.

"My niece loves the movie," Krug said while visiting the hospital dressed as Olaf. "She always sings 'Let it Go.' It's a very popular thing right now, and it makes them happy. That's the most important thing." He added, "These are tough times for these families, and any temporary relief you can give them is beneficial."


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