Men's Ice Hockey Game to Benefit Wounded Warrior Project
The Hamilton College men’s ice hockey team will host its first Wounded Warrior Project game on Saturday, Feb. 15, at 7 p.m., when the Continentals host Tufts University at Russell Sage Rink.
Donations and sales of specially created jerseys (which the Continentals will wear during Saturday’s game) will benefit the Wounded Warrior Project, a non-profit organization that assists members of the armed forces who have been injured in service of our country.
“This is a cause that is near and dear to my heart,” said Dom Jancaterino ’14, a forward for the Continentals who will attend Marine Corps Officer Candidate School after graduating. “I hope that people will show their support, not only for Hamilton men’s ice hockey, but also for the brave men and women of our military.”
“I'm very proud of our team, and Dom Jancaterino in particular, for organizing this event in support of our nation's military,” head coach Rob Haberbusch said.