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Toronto Maple Leafs Alumni Return to St. Thomas for Charity Hockey Game Benefiting CMHA Thames Valley Addiction & Mental Health Services

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St. Thomas, Ontario FEBRUARY 28, 2024 – The puck is set to drop once again as the Toronto Maple Leafs Alumni players lace up their skates for a thrilling charity hockey game presented by Stay True Tattoo on April 20, 2024 at the Joe Thornton Community Centre. The much-anticipated return of this event will see beloved hockey icons like Wendel Clark and Al Iafrate facing off against members of the St. Thomas Police Service, all in support of mental health and addiction initiatives in St. Thomas and Elgin County.

Attendees can anticipate an electrifying atmosphere as they witness hockey legends showcase their skills on the ice.

“We are thrilled to bring this incredible event back to St. Thomas in support of mental health and addiction care,” said Wendy Sanderson, Director of Fund Development and Communications at CMHA Thames Valley. “Events like these play an essential role in raising awareness and funds for programs and services in our community”.

Leafs Alumni roster to date will include: head coach Dave Hutchison, goalie Adam Munro, Wendel Clark (Captain), Rick Vaive (Captain), Gary Leeman (Assistant Captain), Dave Mcllwain, Al Iafrate, Todd Gill (Assistant Captain), and Ric Jackman.

Tickets for this unforgettable event will be available for purchase online via EventBrite starting Monday March 4, 2024. Physical tickets can also be purchased at a fundraiser taking place at Stay True Tattoo on March 10, 2024. All proceeds from ticket sales and auctions will directly benefit vital mental health and addiction initiatives in St. Thomas and Elgin County provided by CMHA Thames Valley Addiction & Mental Health Services.

“I am delighted to see the Toronto Maple Leafs alumni and members of our Police Services coming together for such a worthy cause,” said St. Thomas Mayor Joe Preston. “This event not only showcases the spirit of community, but also demonstrates a commitment to supporting mental health and addiction initiatives in St. Thomas. I commend all participants for their efforts in making a positive impact on our community’s well-being.”

“We are excited to partner with the Toronto Maple Leafs Alumni and CMHA for the return of this fantastic event,” said Samantha Wakefield, Corporate Communications Coordinator for the St. Thomas Police Service.

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