All the stops are being pulled out for the "Trick Shot for Snowy" campaign.
Calgary Flames forwards Johnny Gaudreau and Zac Rinaldo, Philadelphia Flyers goalie Brian Elliott, Toronto Maple Leafs general manager Kyle Dubas and plenty more submitted entries recently, in addition to some great ones already out there, but a member of the Flames communications staff took it to another level.
Sean Kelso, the team's director of communications and media relations, made a ridiculous backhand into a floating net while riding a boogie board being towed by a speedboat.
If that sounds impressive reading it, it's even more impressive watching it.
Kelso's feat isn't the only impressice one out there. Gaudreau made a ridiculously long cornhole shot from a very high balcony.
Rinaldo tossed a soccer ball into a laundry basket from a long distance.
Elliott, who was nominated by Gritty, dropped his fishing lure into his goalie glove from way outside.
Dubas pulled out his golf clubs and hit the ice for an pinpoint shot off the back bar.
Arkells frontman Max Kerman hit an incredible shot on a basketball hoop.
And, after Harvey the Hound used a t-shirt cannon and bucket to pull off his own shot earlier this month, he got a little help from Calgary Stampeders mascot Ralph the Dog. The pair teamed up for a pretty great Hail Mary pass.
The Flames started the Trick Shot for Snowy campaign in support of Chris Snow, their assistant general manager who was diagnosed with ALS last year. June is ALS awareness month.
The campaign is still ongoing and the team is inviting anyone who can to share trick shot videos and donate to ALS research. You can learn more at CalgaryFlames.com/SnowyStrong.