Mike Babcock is an elite hockey coach, but apparently he can help the Toronto Maple Leafs improve in the kitchen too.
The coach schooled his team on the process of making the best chocolate-chip cookie as part of their annual visit to The Hospital for Sick Children on Monday.
The trip to SickKids is part of Maple Leafs annual tradition of visiting the Toronto-based children's hospital around the holidays, making spirits brighter for those in need. They even indulged the children in playing some hockey: air hockey, bubble hockey and video-game hockey.
After coaching up his boys, it was time for the post game interview. Babcock then broke down the process of what makes the best cookie with City TV in Toronto.
With Babcock at the helm, you'd have to believe the cookie strategy was executed flawlessly.