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Hockey Star Makes Young Fan’s Day [VIDEO]

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A young fan just wanted a fist bump or high five, but this guy takes it one step further. 

Jordin Tootoo of the Grand Rapids Griffins (and the Detroit Red Wings grrrr…) was coming off the ice and a young fan was waiting for him to walk by so he could give him a high five. You see him slap Jordin’s glove as Jordin comes over, then instead of a high five or fist bump, Jordin hands over his stick.

Just another reason why hockey is the greatest sport.

Other pro athletes should take notes. This is how you act when a fan wants to shake your hand. Don’t blow them off, don’t charge for an autograph. Just do it.

 

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