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Monday, November 19, 2012

It's Lundqvist vs. Brodeur in Atlantic City Charity Game


The hope for any semblance of an NHL season wanes as each day of the owners’ lockout passes, but come this Saturday in Atlantic City, at least fans will get to watch some top local players hit the ice.
Dubbed “Operation Hat Trick,” a charity game is set to take place at Boardwalk Hall at 7 p.m., with one team captained by Rangers’ star Brad Richards and the other by Flyers star Scott Hartnell
Even more interesting, it was released on Monday that the opposing goalies are two men very familiar with each other: the Rangers’ Henrik Lundqvist and the Devils’ Martin Broduer.
The majority of the rosters were released, as well, all via the Twitter page of retired player Todd Fedoruk, who organized the event.

In addition to Richards, the “New York Team” will have forwards Bobby Ryan, Corey Perry, Ville Leino, Jeff Halpern, James Neal, Brian Boyle, Matt Martin and Taylor Pyatt. The three defensemen so far are Dan Girardi, Marc Staal and Steve Eminger.

In addition to Hartnell, the “Philadelphia Team” will have forwards Steven Stamkos, Wayne Simmonds, Daniel Carcillo, Simon Gagne, Justin Williams, David Clarkson, James van Riemsdyk, Jody Shelley and Steve Downie. The defensemen are Kimmo Timonen, Braydon Coburn, John Carlson and Andy Greene.

Read more: Rangers' Lundqvist, Devils' Brodeur to face off in charity game

If anyone out there goes to the game and takes any pictures of Henrik, or gets a chance to meet him, leave a comment and let us know. You're more than welcome to submit photos or stories of your experience. 

1 comment:

  1. I'm going and hoping to meet him. Been trying for a few years to get my jersey autographed. A lot of people have inquired as to weather or not there will be any kind of fan/player interaction. With an event like this (given its purpose) I'm sure there will be.