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Hockey Gives Blood
Submitted By Steve Fontaine on Tuesday, July 23, 2019
Please come out and support the "Jake's Saves" Campaign.

Come join Jacob Ingham and a number of OHL & NHL Drafted Players for a FUN Skate on August 17, 2019.  The day will feature on ice skills and drills along with an introduction to off ice training.

The event is being hosted to create awareness for the Hockey Gives Blood movement.  As members of the Hockey community we can make a difference in the lives of Canadians who need blood or stem cells.


When:   Saturday August 17, 2019 from 1 p.m. – 3 p.m.

Where:  Allandale Recreation Centre 190 Bayview Dr, Barrie

Cost: There is NO CHARGE to attend

Limit:  Registration is limited to the first 50 players to send confirmation


How can I help?  Consider making an appointment to donate blood or register as a stem cell donor.  Parents are encouraged to visit the Canadian Blood Services booth which will be set up during the skate.

How do I register:  Please send an email to [email protected] to confirm your spot.  In the email please provide the following pieces of information:

·         Player’s name

·         Player’s age

·         Parent’s name and phone number

·         Team for the 2019-2020 Season

·         Position


What do I need to bring?  Please bring your full hockey gear along with running shoes.  Also, please bring any items that you would like to have signed.

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