Donald shoots pucks at Chicago Blackhawks game

Luke Donald during the second intermission at the Chicago Blackhawks game on Dec. 15.

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Luke Donald was given a Chicago Blackhawks jersey on Dec. 15 before going on the ice.

Shooting a hockey puck is just like hitting a golf ball, right?

Well, sort of.

World No. 17 Luke Donald provided the entertainment during the second intermission at the Chicago Blackhawks game Dec. 15.

Donald, an Englishman and Northwestern alumnus who lives in nearby Evanston, Ill., had three tries to shoot the puck from center ice into the net. The catch? A board covering the net had only three small ice-level slots through which the puck could fit.

SEE THE VIDEO ON HIS LAST TWO ATTEMPTS.

Donald’s second attempt was the closest, but it hit an ice chip just before one of the slots and missed.

In an interview on the Blackhawks' website, Donald said: “It was a nice welcome from the crowd. A shame I didn’t make one, but it was fun. I never really shot a puck. I spent a couple of minutes on Saturday, a little practice at a friend’s ice rink, but other than that I haven’t done it. So, at least I’ve it the board a couple of times.”

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