Friday night’s Champs for Charity game was a success.
Fans got to watch some great hockey players skate and score (a lot), and the players showed a unified front in a major American city.
But most importantly, the charity won. The announced attendance was 11,649 for the game, and Adam Burish presented the Ronald McDonald House with a check for $323,500 after the game. Both figures are incredible considering any marketing that was done for the game was word-of-mouth or thru social media.