The only bobblehead doll the Columbus Cottonmouths sell is of goalie Shannon Szabados, the two-time Canadian Olympic gold medallist. After all, she's the only woman playing in a North American men's professional hockey league.
After playing on the Canadian teams that won gold in Vancouver in 2010 and Sochi in 2014, the 28-year-old from Edmonton knows how to play with the whole world watching, her coach Jerome Bechard tells the CBC's Paul Hunter.
The Cottonmouths, based in Columbus, Georgia, look likely to make the Southern Professional Hockey League playoffs.
Szabados was the first star in her team's 4-1 victory against the Knoxville Ice Bears on Sunday. She stopped 31 of 32 shots.
Above are video excerpts from Hunter's interview with Szabados. And below, Hunter's report on CBC-TV's The National, Feb. 16.