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Hockey for Nova Scotia

Proceeds benefit the Red Cross Fund for Families Impacted by the Nova Scotia Tragedy collected by RSG Hockey

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RSG Hockey Charity Sweeps for Those Families Directly Affected by the Nova Scotia Tragedies

On April 18th & 19th, twenty-two citizens of Nova Scotia were killed, and three were injured, in the worst mass shooting in Canada’s history. Each of those twenty-two people left behind family and friends who are struggling to deal with traumatic loss and repercussions. This is for them. They need our love. They need our support.

RSG Hockey has rallied our hockey heroes to come together for the families of the victims. Each of the eight players have donated unique items and experiences to help raise funds for those left behind. All you have to do is donate a minimum of $20 and you will be entered to win one of these items. The winners and items will be selected randomly at the conclusion of the campaign. There is no minimum or maximum donation amount. Donations greater than $20 are appreciated and welcome to help support this important cause.


THE ATHLETES & THE ITEMS

  • Ryan Graves Signed Stick

  • Ryan Graves Signed Colorado Avalanche Jersey

  • Jake Allen Signed Blocker

  • Jake Allen Signed Stick

  • Logan Shaw Signed Gloves

  • Nico Hischier Signed NHL All-Star Game Jersey

  • Jordan Murray Signed Belleville Sens Jersey

  • Jordan Murray Signed Stick

  • Zach Fucale Signed Halifax Moosheads Jersey

  • Jeremie Poirier Signed Saint John Sea Dogs Jersey

  • Jeremy McKenna Signed Moncton Wildcats Jersey


The funds are being collected by RSG Hockey, with 100% of funds donated to the Red Cross Fund for families impacted by Nova Scotia tragedy.

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