Teen sensation Justin Bieber, who has returned home in Canada for Christmas, is catching up on ice hockey with various teams.
Bieber, 17, took to the sport instead of taking rest and directly landed at the local stadium, The Sun reported.
"The holidays are a very special time of the year for me, and I'm looking forward to coming home and ringing them in with my friends and family.
"And this year will be extra special, as I'll be sharing the spirit of the season with the whole of Canada with my TV special," he said.
The 'Baby' hitmaker arrived in his hometown on December 21 and drove to the national rink from the airport to play ice hockey with professional team and childhood heroes the Toronto Maple Leafs. He met with players Tyler Bozak, Jake Gardiner and Jonas Gustavsso and showed them his moves on the ice.