“Champs For Charity” Rosters Take Shape

Tomorrow night, a group of current and former Chicago Blackhawks will host a charity gameChamps for Charity – at the Allstate Arena in Rosemont to benefit the Ronald McDonald House Charities.

Their goal is to raise $25,000.

For less than the cost of an average 300 level ticket at the United Center for a Hawks home game – $50 – you can pay for the RMHC to operate a family room for a night. What better way for hockey fans to show their love for the game than helping these players impact lives while they aren’t skating for their NHL teams!

Saturday, Oct. 27, is Make A Difference Day across the US. I encourage Hawks fans to consider making a difference by helping the players exceed their fundraising target. Click here to make a donation.

Here’s the roster they’ve posted to date:

Chicago

  • Jonathan Toews
  • Patrick Sharp
  • Patrick Kane
  • Adam Burish
  • Brian Campbell
  • Kris Versteeg
  • Andrew Ladd
  • Troy Brouwer
  • Jake Dowell
  • Craig Adams
  • James Wisniewski
  • Joe Corvo
  • Jim Vandermeer
  • Craig Anderson

vs.
World

  • Ville Leino
  • Mike Brown
  • Antti Miettinen
  • Jared Boll
  • Bobby Ryan
  • Jamal Mayers
  • Greg Campbell
  • Daniel Carcillo
  • Shawn Thornton
  • David Gilbert
  • Alex Goligoski
  • Ryan Suter
  • Kimmo Timonen
  • Niklas Backstrom
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4 Responses to “Champs For Charity” Rosters Take Shape

  1. Will says:

    Why is Joe Corvo on the Chicago team?

  2. Brian Easley says:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joe_Corvo He was born in Chicagoland :)

  3. ratboy36 says:

    This ought to be good,got the last $60 tickets available lol Be good to see Soupy and Versteeg on the ice with the boys

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