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The Montreal Canadiens Alumni Softball Tour To Stop In Several Cities Across The Province This Summer!

The Montreal Canadiens Alumni Softball Tour To Stop In Several Cities Across The Province This Summer!

- Presented by Canadian Tire –

 

The Montreal Canadiens Alumni is pleased to announce the initial dates of their Annual Softball

Tour, presented by Canadian Tire. Performing in several towns across the province of Quebec during the summer, the Alumni

team will feature many former Canadiens players as well as former Montreal Expos players.

Gary Roberts- Ready to Help Battle Alzheimer’s at Calgary Pro-Am

Whether it is in their hometowns, or a city they called home during their NHL careers, there is a scenario we have witnessed for generations in countless communities – amateur hockey players and former NHLers helping to raise much-needed funds for an important cause.

Andrew Rodger – NHL Alumni Writer

The ’94 Olympics - 20 Years of Memories for Corey Hirsch

“20 years ago, it’s crazy when I think about it! I was just a kid back then and so much has changed; there has been so many life experiences. It’s crazy to think just how fast it goes by – in a blink of an eye.”  – Corey Hirsch

 

LA Kings Alumni and the Frozen Fury Interview with Rob Blake

LA Kings Alumni and the Frozen Fury
Interview with Rob Blake
 
Andrew Rodger - NHLA Writer
 

Bryan Helmer - 20 Seasons of Hockey

The journey to the NHL is a remarkable one, and as the resident writer for the NHL Alumni Association, I have heard many wonderful stories and met many amazing people. Every player that reaches the world’s greatest league travels a unique path and it is an honour to share their stories here as the NHL Alumni Insider. This particular interview is personally special for me though. For the first time, I am welcoming a close friend into Hockey’s Greatest Family - Bryan Helmer.

Andrew Rodger - NHLA Writer

The 19th Annual Calgary Flames Alumni Golf Tournament

Just as the NHL Alumni and its members raise much-need funds throughout Canada, the United States and around the world, individual team alumni associations help their communities at every opportunity as well. On May 30th, the Alumni Masters Golf Tournament, which is organized by members of the Calgary Flames Alumni Association, raised over $110,000 for Hospice Calgary and the Calgary Cerebral Palsy Association.

Andrew Rodger - NHLA Writer

Celebrating Mr. Hockey - Gordie Howe

 

“His stamina, his strength and his natural ability made him the player that he was and I always had the feeling too, that he enjoyed playing the game so much. When you put all of those great ingredients together, that makes a superstar. He’s in a class by himself.”     

- Montreal Canadiens Legend Jean Beliveau

Perry Berezan - Facing off for Alzheimer’s in Alberta

In Alberta and the Northwest Territories, an estimated 40,000 people are battling Alzheimer’s and dementia related illnesses. As our population ages, that number will continue to grow and this devastating disease will touch the lives of more and more families. However, the much-needed funds raised as we ‘Face off for Alzheimer’s in Alberta’ will help with the vitally important research, patient care and hopefully, discover a cure.

NHL Alumni Hurricane Sandy Benefit Hockey Game

The NHL Alumni will face off against The NYPD Hockey Club at Madison Square Garden in NewYork City the most famous arena in the world on Sunday March 24th, 2013 @ 12pm.

Here is a chance of a life time for any active hockey fan out there!

First come first served!!  We are looking for hockey sponsors who will donate $10,000 to The Stan Lee Foundation Charity (tax deduction) and get the chance to suit up and be on the NHL alumni players roster and face the NYPD Hockey Club with them.

Dennis Maruk - Heart of a Champion

Andrew Rodger - NHLA Writer

On February 9th, 1982, many of the game’s greatest players gathered in Washington, DC, for the 34th NHL All-Star game. One by one, the Prince of Wales and Campbell Conference players were introduced on their respective bluelines - Gretzky, Bossy, Stastny, Coffey, Bourque and Robinson. However, the crowd only rose to their feet in unison when the final player was introduced; the greatest cheers that day rang out for #20, Dennis Maruk.