Meet Storm, a very good boy.
While Storm was out for a walk Sunday on a New York beach with his owner, Mark Freeley, he spotted a baby deer struggling in the water. Storm sprang into action, swimming out to rescue the baby deer and bringing it back to shore. Freeley caught Storm's heroic rescue effort on video:
After bringing the fawn to shore, Storm began licking and nosing the baby deer to make sure it was alive.
Freeley and Storm stayed with the deer until a veterinarian and a representative from the Strong Island Animal Rescue League could get there. Mashable reported that the deer is "being treated and is expected to make a full recovery." Becca Stanek
Twenty-one seasons, 684 goals, and a Stanley Cup later, Teemu Selanne skated in his final National Hockey League game for the Anaheim Ducks on Friday night.
The Ducks lost to the Los Angeles Kings, 6-2, but Selanne's teammates, fans, and even his opponents cheered him on for more than a minute after the game ended. At 43, Selanne is a future Hall-of-Famer who finished his final season with nine goals and 18 assists in 64 games, reports SBNation.
Watch the video, below, and try not to feel a little something as Selanne lets out a couple deep breaths, nods toward the crowd, and finally raises his hockey stick and gives a wave as he leaves two decades of memories on the ice. --Sarah Eberspacher