Push For Change Hockey Challenge! Get your tickets for Sat Feb 20!!, News (Kincardine Minor Hockey Association)

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Push For Change Hockey Challenge! Get your tickets for Sat Feb 20!!
Submitted By tannera on Friday, February 17, 2017
Kincardine’s Davidson Centre will play host to a charity hockey event to help end youth homelessness. The Kincardine game (1 of 30 events in the Hockey Challenge) will be a three period round robin between South-Bruce OPP, Kincardine Fire Department, and KDSS staff and students.  

Having former NHLers Greg De Vries, Boyd Devereaux, and Mark Bell is exciting. De Vries will wear the "C" for the OPP team, Deveraux will captain the Fire team, and Bell will lead the KDSS staff and students. There will be 3 periods of round robin play between the three teams,  from 1pm-3pm on Saturday, February 18, which is Hockey Day in Canada.
30 different Push For Change Hockey Challenge Events across Ontario will be featured on Sportsnet.
The Push For Change Hockey Challenge is inspired by former street youth Joe Roberts, who is currently pushing a shopping cart 9,000 km across Canada to raise money for the cause. Roberts, who was able to get on his feet after a now retired OPP officer helped him out years ago, wanted to give back to the cause to help end youth homelessness.
Tickets are just $5. They are available at Kincardine Fire Department and the OPP detachment as well. There MAY be some available at the door.
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