Rick Vaive (former Leaf) & Kendra Fisher (Canadian Women's In-line Hockey team)! Fundraiser game Thurs Mar 2, 4-6pm!, News (Kincardine Minor Hockey Association)

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Rick Vaive (former Leaf) & Kendra Fisher (Canadian Women's In-line Hockey team)! Fundraiser game Thurs Mar 2, 4-6pm!
Submitted By tannera on Saturday, February 25, 2017
Thursday March 2nd. 4-6pm. Puck drop 5pm. Every goal scored earns $100 for minor hockey! Come out for autographs! Special Appearances by:
Former Toronto Maple Leaf's Rick Vaive - the first 50 goal scorer in the franchise history & Kincardine's own Kendra Fisher - goaltender for the Canadian Women's In-line hockey team and founder of "MentallyFit".


Tundra will be donating $100 per goal to KMHA, with specific ear marking for programs that support families in need (to a maximum of $2000).
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