2013 NHL Players Charity Game
August 3, 2013 at Ridder Arena on the University of Minnesota Campus
Thank you for attending the NHL Players Charity Game and for your support as we help military children continue with their love of hockey.
See the photos of DTBL and the Pro Players visiting soldiers at Camp Ripley before the Charity Game.
For our troops around the world, both US and CF, the charity game was streamed live online. If you missed it or just want to see it again, watch the video here. Thank you to Pete Waggoner and his team at Prep45 for all their work with the live streaming.
Make a donation to Defending The Blue Line and the military kids it helps in honor of the NHL Players Charity Game:
Everyone always has a great time at the NHL Players Charity Games. But let's take a look at why this game is really taking place, why the pro players are coming out to skate, why DTBL is even having this event. It is for the military families, the children of the men and women who serve our country, who are protecting all of us. The game is being played to raise money for Defending The Blue Line who then donates hockey gear, hockey camps, and association fees to military children who would not otherwise get to play the game of hockey.