Boston Bruins bring 'Frozen' to sick kids

Boston Bruins, from left, Kevan Miller (Kristoff), Dougie Hamilton (Elsa), Matt Fraser (Anna), Seth Griffith (Hans), Matt Bartkowski (Sven) and Torey Krug (Olaf) spent time with patients and parents at Boston Children's Hospital.

Story highlights

  • Boston Bruins hockey players dress up "Frozen"-style for Halloween
  • The team made their annual visit to Boston Children's Hospital
  • Bruins defenseman Dougie Hamilton was decked out as Elsa
  • A few players knew the words to the movie's hit song, "Let It Go"
The Boston Bruins put down their hockey sticks on Monday and got decked out "Frozen"-style for a good cause.
Bruins defenseman Dougie Hamilton would never have been Disney's first choice for Elsa, the cartoon star of the hit "Frozen" movie. But he and forward Matt Fraser (now known as Elsa's sister, Anna) brought a bit of Halloween fun to the sick children at Boston Children's Hospital.
Rounding out the cast were Bruins defenseman Kevan Miller (Kristoff), forward Seth Griffith (Hans), defenseman Matt Bartkowski (Sven) and defenseman Torey Krug (Olaf).
"We're all fans of it. I've seen the movie, and I'm a fan so I'm not going to lie about that," Hamilton said on the team's blog. "It's fun to be able to be something that's popular and they all know it and make them smile."
Dougie Hamilton's Elsa versus the real thing?
It appears the movie's hit song "Let It Go" has even made its way into the players' song lists. "I've heard the song a lot of times, especially with my niece singing," Krug said. "I know the lyrics."