By: Mark Allred | Follow me on Twitter @BlackAndGold277
On Saturday, February 12th, 2022, in Middleton, Massachusetts, the Essex County Correctional Officers Association, a Union representing the over 400 Correctional Officers and Sergeants of the Essex County Sheriff’s Department, will play the Boston Bruins Alumni. This charity event and all proceeds will go to the Caidens Crusaders, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization raising awareness for pediatric cancer. Caidens Crusaders is an organization that gives financial and any supportive needs to children and families fighting cancer, along with scientific research to help find a cure. For more information about the Caidens Crusaders mission, please check out the organization’s official website HERE.
This event will be held at the Essex Sports Center, a state-of-the-art private recreational building offering twin ice sheets operated by CN Ice Management and located at 15 Manning Road in Middleton, Massachusetts. The Essex Sports Center, opened in 2016, is a multi-sport facility available to many communities throughout the Essex County area. Check out this YouTube video below to see the complete timelapse construction of the ESC building and what it has to offer inside.
Below is a List of Boston Bruins Alumni Members who Could Make an Appearence This February 12th
Reggie Lemelin, Andrew Raycroft, Fred Ahern, Kenny Hodge, Bobby Carpenter, Joe Mullen, Ken Linseman, Rick Middleton, Tom Songin, Shawn McEachern, Mark Mowers, Bob Sweeney, Bill Bennett, Andy Brickley, Dan LaCouture, Jay Miller, John Carter, Bruce Crowder, Guy Larose, Tim Sweeney, Jean-Yves Roy, David A. Jensen, Graeme Townshend, Mike Sandford, Ryan Bourque, Pat Leahy
Glen Featherstone, Rich Brennan, Frank Simonetti, Mike Mottau, Bob Beers, Dave Shaw, Bobby Allen, Bruce Shoebottom, Andrew Alberts, Adam McQuaid, Terry Virtue, Ray Bourque
Cleon Daskalakis, Shawn Miller, Keith Segee, Shamus Egan
ECCOA vs. Boston Bruins Alumni Ticket Information
Adult: $25 Each.
Children under 15: $15 Each
Under 3: Free!
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