Thursday was media day in the NHL as players came in for their medicals ahead of the start of training camp.

Obviously there were some great moments when players were in front of the mic, like when Patrik Laine found out that his teammate Bryan Little signed an extension with the Jets, for example.

There were also some notable moments from the workouts, too, and the one we're going to focus on came from Boston.

During the pull-up portion of conditioning, 40-year-old Zdeno Chara came away the winner with an impressive number to say the least.

What makes the feat of strength even more impressive is that the Bruins changed up how they conducted the pull-up portion of conditioning this year.

25 pull-ups at 40-years-old.  Chara is a freak of nature to say the least, and we're not sure what's more impressive, the pull-ups or the fact that Big Z averaged 28:46 of ice time during the playoffs last season.


In the past, Chara has always been near the top when it comes to the pull-up competition, but in 2015 he wasn't the winner.
In 2014, though, he was the champ and as long as he's in the league, he's always a favourite to win the competition.
(H/T: /r/hockey)