It was the most amazing puck drop in the history of the San Jose Sharks.
Graysen Hooper, the 2-year-old affectionatley known around the organization as "Amazing Gray" has been fighting Leukemia for almost a year.
The daughter of two team employees, Heather and Patrick Hooper, Graysen was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia last November. She has successfully persevered through chemotherapy so far and moved from weekly to monthly treatments in September.
So when the Sharks celebrated Hockey Fights Cancer Night, they knew who they needed to have drop the ceremonial puck.
Graysen walked out onto the ice with her parents, Patrick with baby Quinn in tow, and dropped the puck between Sharks captain Logan Couture and Vancouver Canucks captain Bo Horvat.
After a perfectly executed drop, she got fist bumps from the players.
Following the game, defenseman Brent Burns brought Graysen a stick, hat and roll of purple tape and the smile said it all.
The Hoopers have raised more than $30,000 for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society through the GoFundMe page Heather set up last year.