Local cops and firefighters are ready to battle it out on the ice Saturday night for the 2nd annual Guns and Hoses game in Coeur d'Alene.
They have serious day jobs, and it's not always that much fun, so the chance to get out on the ice and beat each other up a little bit is a welcome respite, especially since the game will support some great causes.
"It's going to be a huge event, even better than last year twice as big, three times ... I don't know it's going to be huge," Troy Speziale said.
Speziale and Taylor Carr hang out together every day in an ambulance.
"We got our minds together one day and over six weeks made this thing happen," Speziale said.
"It's going to be epic. It's gotten bigger and better, more prizes, more charities, the community has really come together," Carr added.
Carr attended the Guns and Hoses game in Spokane and wanted to bring the fun over to Kootenai County.
"We enjoy hockey and we decided lets use it and do some charity," Carr said.