(CBS) Recently, a viral movement called the “Ice Bucket Challenge” has spread to raise awareness and money for ALS. The challenge is simple — dump a bucket of ice water over your head and then nominate others to do the same. Those challenged can pass, but they’re called to action to make a donation.

While this movement started in Boston, it’s now spread to Chicago, with some Blackhawks joining the fun and cause.

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Brandon Saad started the fun Sunday, according to CSNChicago.com. He then nominated Andrew Shaw, Nick Leddy and Patrick Sharp. We know that Shaw participated, as he posted a video to YouTube and his Twitter account. Patrick Kane also doused himself with ice water, too, and he would challenge Bulls center Joakim Noah to take part.

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Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville was a participant, too, and he got a real kick out of it. He challenged Blackhawks CEO John McDonough to do the “Ice Bucket Challenge” as well.

Since July 29, about $2.3 million has been raised for the ALS Association, according to USA Today. That’s a massive uptick from the $25,000 the organization raised last year in the same timeframe, so the movement has been a rousing success.

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Check out this article for more details on how the “Ice Bucket Challenge” got started.