Canadian Infantrymen are born 12 feet below the ice. Their first challenge as human beings is to swim to the surface, break through six inches of solid ice with their bare hands, and then skate to their very first hockey victory. Shortly following this, they are required to embark on their very first moose and bear hunt. Using only a hockey stick and their ice skates, they then have to defeat both of the creatures in mortal combat. Did I mention all of this is done without clothes, and in sub-zero temperatures?