Favourite Hockey Player campaign
Hockey Moms-we all share many of the same experiences, the thrill of watching our children compete, the excitement of a close match coming down to the final minutes and the fear that our child will be hurt playing the game they love. Hockey is not just a sport in Canada, it is an extended family and when a player is injured we are all impacted.
As reported by Hockey Canada, following a collision during a game in December at the 2014 World Junior A Challenge, Canada East forward Neil Doef was transported by ambulance with a serious injury, underwent surgery and is now in intensive rehabilitation .
Neil is well known and respected as a gifted player with the Smiths Falls Jr.A hockey club and earned a scholarship at the prestigious Princeton University. He is also a talented soccer player and honour student and is, quite simply, the kind of young man that any town would be proud to call their own. His parents, Bruce and Bobbi-Jean, are also pillars of the local community, having been highly involved as volunteers in soccer and minor hockey for many years. They have collectively given much of their time and energy to make life better for young local players and now, in return, it is time for the Canadian hockey community to give something back to them.
With the permission of the Doef family, we have created a Hockey Moms T shirt to support them as Neil continues to recover from his injury. 100% of the proceeds from this campaign will be given to the family
This is a great Valentine's gift or Mother's Day gift for the Hockey Moms in your life. Please help spread the word by sharing this campaign with your hockey friends and family.
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