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VIDEO: Don Cherry takes the ALS Challenge
Cherry took the challenge from Hockey Night in Canada co-host Ron MacLean
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Hockey Night in Canada host and Rob Ford supporter Don Cherry has become the latest celebrity to video himself taking the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.

He posted the video to youtube Thursday morning, after being challenged by his co-host on HNIC, Ron MacLean.

In the video, he notes the efforts and career of baseball legend Lou Gehrig, who's name is often lent to the cause of ALS after he died from the disease more than 70 years ago.

Cherry then challenged radio host Bob McCown, broadcaster and former NHLer Glenn Healy and TSN host Brian Williams.

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  1. Ronecol posted on 08/25/2014 10:53 PM
    Good job Don!!
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Hockey Night in Canada host and Rob Ford supporter Don Cherry has become the latest celebrity to video himself taking the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.

He posted the video to youtube Thursday morning, after being challenged by his co-host on HNIC, Ron MacLean.

In the video, he notes the efforts and career of baseball legend Lou Gehrig, who's name is often lent to the cause of ALS after he died from the disease more than 70 years ago.

Cherry then challenged radio host Bob McCown, broadcaster and former NHLer Glenn Healy and TSN host Brian Williams.

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