VIDEO: Ducks' Cam Fowler takes on alter ego for Olympics
Cam Fowler of the Anaheim Ducks is rather excited about being a U.S. Olympian. How excited? He's taken on the alter-ego, "Cam America."
Anaheim Ducks defenseman Cam Fowler is rather excited about joining the US Olympic Men's Hockey Team in Sochi. How excited? Well, according to this Ducks skit, Fowler has taken on a superhero alter ego.
Ladies and gentlemen, introducing Cam America.
Clad in red, white and blue wrist bands, a cape, sunglasses and a cowboy hat, Cam America walked around taunting his Ducks teammates who will also be Olympians like Team Canada's Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry.
Cam America also stops by to see six-time Finnish Olympian Teemu Selanne, and gives him the ol' finger guns. Stick around to the end, since Teemu, as he is wont to do, steals the show.
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