HOMETOWN HEROES ADDS NEW PLAYERS TO THE ROSTER
GODERICH, ON – With one week left before the 3rd Annual Hometown Heroes “Raise a Little Health” charity hockey game, Ben Lobb, Member of Parliament for Huron Bruce is happy to announce 5 new players to 2016 roster.
Jake Ringuette – Defenceman for Lakehead University, from Goderich, ON
Michael Johnstone – Forward for DEC Frillensee/Inzell in Germany from
Keigan Goetz – Right Winger for the Barrie Colts, from New Hamburg, ON
Jamie Huber – Goderich native is a forward for the Listowel Cyclones
PJ Conlon – Captain and Forward for the Victoria Grizzlies from Goderich, ON
Other players who are hitting the ice include former Detroit Red Wings Forward and Stanley Cup Champion, Boyd Devereaux; former NHLer Dave McLlwain, current Buffalo Sabers Forward Ryan O’Reilly; and his brother Cal O’Reilly, who is also with the Buffalo Sabers.
“Raise a Little Health” charity hockey game will be taking place on Thursday, July 21st in Goderich at the Maitland Recreation Centre with puck drop at 7pm. The goal is to raise $50,000 for three local organizations; the Goderich-Huron YMCA’s Strong Kids; Gateway Centre of Excellence in Rural Health; and Alexandra Marine & General Hospital.
Tickets can be purchased at Ben Lobb’s constituency offices in Goderich and Port Elgin, Gateway Centre of Excellence in Rural Health in Seaforth, the Alexandra Marine & General Hospital Gift Shop, and the Goderich-Huron YMCA. You can also contact Gwen Devereaux at 519 524-8689 ext. 5724.