10/01/2014 12:31 EDT | Updated 12/01/2014 05:59 EST

Mario Lemieux gets corn maze treatment

A farm in Lawrence County, Penn., has created a corn maze (maize maze?) in honour of hockey great Mario Lemieux.

Visitors can walk into the 10-acre maze at Irons Mill Farmstead for a small fee, with some of the proceeds going to Lemieux's foundation.

The farm also posted a video showing off its work:

Lemieux, who starred for the Pittsburgh Penguins and now owns the team, isn't the first athlete to have his face depicted in a corn field. Earlier this year, a farm in New Jersey made a Derek Jeter maze in tribute to the New York Yankees shortstop, who retired at the end of baseball's regular season.