Former NHLer Tomas Kaberle isn't self-quarantining during the coronavirus pandemic and it's for good reason.
The former Bruins' defenseman is busy working for his wife's restaurant, delivering food and doing whatever he cant to get people fed while they're stuck at home.
"It's a family-style restaurant. And, you know, at the same time, I like to think of all the customers like a family," Kaberle said on CBC.
"It's kind of fun. If I can make them laugh at this time, whatever it takes."
Sometimes people are ordering food from the restaurant, Quanto Basta, just so they can meet him.
"I've got repeat customers asking for me, which is just funny," Tomáš said. "One of our customers, I made their son laugh and made their day, and stuff like that. So that makes me happy."
While Kaberle is happy to meet him, he said he doesn't sign any autographs because everybody has to keep their distance for safety reasons.
Ontario has 18 confirmed COVID-19 deaths at the moment.