A Vancouver Canucks Player's Tortoises Just Got Tim Hortons Donuts Made In Their Honour
They had trouble crossing the border.
After issues at the border with a new Vancouver Canucks player's tortoises,delivered a care package that included custom donuts and hockey cards with animals on them.
Canadian Braden Holtby signed with the Canucks back in October but the move to Vancouver wasn't a smooth one because his pet tortoises were held up at the Canada-U.S. border.
Now that they've cleared customs and arrived in the city, Tims put them on a Long John donut and hockey cards to celebrate.
Brandi Holtby, the NHLer's wife, shared the special delivery on social media.
"Never in my wildest dreams did I think our two tortoises would end up on a Long John," she tweeted.
Along with the custom donuts and hockey cards, they got coffee, Timbits, mugs, coasters, a Tims cup ornament,and a travel mug.
One of the tortoises is named Maple which is just so fitting and the other one is Honey.
Other Canucks players have found themselves in interesting situations recently likeand during their wedding.