Dart Guy is back, in 3-D printed bust form. And he's using the power of his internet fame to do some good.
We're sure you remember Jason Maslakow, more commonly known as Dart Guy, from his moment of glory during the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs.
Television cameras caught him at Verizon Center as his beloved Toronto Maple Leafs played the Washington Capitals in the Eastern Conference First Round, defiantly wearing blue and rocking a Mohawk with "Go Leafs Go" shaved in the back of his head and an unlit cigarette hanging from his mouth.
A star was born. And now he wants your help for a great cause.
After famously getting a boost in quitting smoking from Maple Leafs president Brendan Shanahan, Dart Guy is now trying to help in the fight against cancer.
Maslakow is asking for donations to his Scotiabank Road Hockey to Conquer Cancer team in support of The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation.
A couple of lucky (and charitable) fans will take home a Dart Guy bust, made by LIL 3D Printing of Ontario.
There's no telling whether Dart Guy and the Dart Guy bust winners will all show up at Air Canada Centre at the same time, but that menacing face paint and dangling dart popping up all over the arena would surely make for a serious home-ice advantage.