On Tuesday, a few players from the Detroit Red Wings made a stop at the Ann Arbor Fire Department. While they were there, they decided to get a little extra training.

Dylan Larkin, Anthony Mantha and Tyler Bertuzzi of the Detroit Red Wings stopped in to see a bunch of hard working firefighters in Ann Arbor. To have a little fun, they did a little training. The players all suited up in full firefighter equipment and got ready to sweat. The three took part in a drill and/or training exercise that ended with a hockey twist.

First up was a "hose pull" exercise for lack of a better term. That was followed by dragging a full size and full weight dummy across the room. The third leg was a sledgehammer swing, pushups, and a hockey shootout. It's always cool to see stuff like this in the community. Let's go wings!

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