Niagara IceDogs make big donation to Pathstone Mental Health
Pathstone Mental Health getting a big boost by the Niagara IceDogs.
Officials for the team have announced they are donating $16,285 raised through the live auction of specialty game-worn jerseys.
The jerseys were worn during the 3-0 shut out on March 8th against the Sudbury Wolves.
Bill Burke, Owner of the Niagara IceDogs says, "The invaluable work Pathstone has done, and continues to do, for children and youth in Niagara, for over 50 years, is so important for our Region to continue growing and thriving healthily. To have received such strong support from our own fanbase for local organization, shows the importance of their work to our community."
The top selling jersey belonged to Jack Studnicka, who scored two goals during the game; it sold for $1,600.
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