The St. Louis Blues invite Affton Hockey to participate in Hockey Fights Cancer Assist, an effort to raise funds to support patient services such as the American Cancer Society Hope Lodge and Road to Recovery programs for cancer patients and their families.
All youth hockey teams that sign up through this online program to raise money as part of Hockey Fights Cancer will be entered into a raffle to win one hour of ice time at the Enterprise Center. There are other prizes as well, including a training session with NHL analyst and former player and coach Eddie Olcyk, for the team that is the first to raise $10,000.
HFC Assist is for youth and local hockey teams with players between the ages of 6 and 18 years old and takes place from November through April. Participants are encouraged to post their efforts on social media using #HockeyFightsCancer and tagging both the St. Louis Blues and the St. Louis Blues Youth Hockey accounts.
For more information about how your team may be a part of HFC assist, visit Join HFC Assist using the link below.
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