VIDEO: A dad mic'd up his 4-year-old son for hockey practice and it's the most wholesome thing you've ever seen

Josh Duncan | February 23, 2019 in Must See Video

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Anyone who plays hockey remembers practices growing up, but maybe not as far back as four-years-old.

However, the internet now has a nice glimpse into what practice is like for a four-year-old thanks to one YouTube user.

The user, Coach Jeremy, wanted to see what his son, Mason, was doing and thinking out on the ice, so he strapped a microphone on him.

"I mic'd up my 4 year old at Timbits Hockey so I could finally understand what the heck he was doing out there," he wrote on Twitter. "It was...Interesting."

It definitely was interesting, but it was also hilarious, as four-year-olds often are.

Between falling down, sword fights, talking about McDonald's, taking naps and focusing on his skating fundamentals, Mason provides plenty of comedic moments during practice. 

It's six minutes of pure, wholesome content thanks to the innocent mind of a four-year-old hockey player.

It's safe to say that Mason got his pick of Happy Meals at McDonald's after practice!

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