Bruins Alumni goalie, Cleon Daskalakis, protects the goal against the Crotched Mountain Wild at the Alumni Classic.
Boston Bruins’ Alumni players will compete against the Crotched Mountain Wild, a team of employees and friends of the Crotched Mountain Rehabilitation Center, in the 4th annual Boston Bruins Alumni Classic.
Held at the Sullivan Arena at Saint Anselm College on Sunday, Feb. 9, 2014 at 2 p.m., the event will feature Bruins Alumni team captain Rick Middleton and other Bruins greats.
All proceeds will benefit Crotched Mountain Rehabilitation Center’s Accessible Recreation and Sports (CMARS) programs.
CMARS provides hundreds of lessons each year for children and adults with disabilities to safely learn to ski and snowboard, kayak and canoe, cycle and hike and participate in other recreational sports with the support of adaptive equipment.
“This game is all about fun for the whole family – from watching Bruins’ legends skate the ice and compete against a local team, to joining in the fun between periods, to getting autographs from your favorite players,” said Geoff Garfinkle, CTRS/L, director of accessible recreation and therapeutic services at Crotched Mountain Rehabilitation Center. “Over the past three years, this event has raised nearly $70,000 for the CMARS program, and has enabled Crotched Mountain to purchase specialized adaptive equipment, provide scholarships, add new programs and expand accessible recreation opportunities for people of all abilities in New Hampshire.”
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