IRON MAIDEN Frontman Shaves Heads, Drops The Puck At A Hockey Game For Cancer Awareness
Last month the Cardiff Devils presented Iron Maiden vocalist Bruce Dickinson with an honorary jersey, aptly numbered 666. Then on November 20, Dickinson returned to the Cardiff Devils' Ice Arena in Cardiff, Wales to drop the puck before the team's game against Glasgow Braehead Clan.
Of course, this was all for charity – Dickinson shaved players' heads right before the game to raise money for the Brave the Shave project. The project aims to raise awareness for cancer patients who have lost their hair, as well as raise money for these patients.