If you’ve read any of what I’ve written since joining GMG, you probably know that my boys play a lot of hockey and it is a big part of their childhoods as well as our lives.
School vacation week was certainly no different. Thatcher’s team was entered into a four-day tournament sponsored by the Boston Bruins. While they ultimately did not win the tournament, they were one of the finalists, and for that they were handsomely rewarded. Medals, hats, backpacks, team photos, etc….and then, the awesome icing on the cake, tickets for the entire team, coaches, and one parent per child to the coveted Winter Classic.
Not only did they score tickets, but they were given front row seats. Granted, being only 8-years old and a bit vertically challenged, they had a difficult time seeing the action take place way out in the center of the Pat’s playing field….but awesome seats nonetheless.
Kudos to the Boston Bruins for once again rewarding these young, budding athletes and helping to create memories to last a lifetime.
Mark Ring With His Bruins Stanley Cup Prediction
Below is an old photo (1996) of Bobby Orr and Mike Densmore during a golf tournament at Bas Rocks Golf Club. Now New faces but the same spirit.
Dave Tucker Describes The Ingredients For The Luongo Last Meal Special At Tucker’s Farm Family Diner
Wait Til You Hear The Ingredients🙂
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