Cyclones defenseman Scott Lehman takes part in the parody video.
Professional hockey players often don’t get the credit they deserve for contributing to the communities they play in, but it’s hard to ignore a recent initiative by the Cincinnati Cyclones of the ECHL.
Led by Cyclones defensemen Scott Lehman, members of the team produced a music video to help raise awareness for the community outreach program, Hockey Players for Kids (HP4K). So with the help of local producers Bryan Houston and Paige Malott, the Clones players created a parody of The Lonely Island's hit video I'm On A Boat, entitled I’m on the ‘Clones.
HP4K is a volunteer organization that leverages the reach and influence of professional hockey players to positively impact the lives of children. The group has many members from around the ECHL and AHL, but several NHLers are involved as well including Montreal Canadiens forward Jeff Halpern. To learn more about HP4K’s initiatives, visit hp4k.org.
Click here to watch the original video on YouTube.