Media Alert: Fans Invited to Support 5th Annual Charity Hockey Classic

Fans Invited to Support Charity Hockey Classic This Saturday, Sept. 7, 7pm at Kettler Capitals Iceplex

Event Benefits Inova Blood Donor Services with Paul Mulvey, Alan Hanglesben, Errol Rausse Among Former Caps Expected to Play

WHAT:
The 5th annual Charity Hockey Classic is a four-team round robin hockey tournament featuring Washington Capitals Alumni & front office staff, Booz Allen Minutemen (Booz Allen Hamilton’s corporate team), HC Deloitte Dynamo (Deloitte’s corporate team), and the Virginia Coaching Cardinals (coaches from local youth club teams).

Among the former Capitals scheduled to participate:

Alan Hanglesben – Washington Capitals (1979-‘80, 1980-‘81,1981-‘82)
Paul Mulvey – Washington Capitals (1978-‘79, 1979-‘80, 1980-‘81)
Errol Rausse – Washington Capitals (1979-‘80, 1980-‘81, 1981-‘82)

WHEN:
Saturday, September 7, 2013 – 7:00 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.

WHERE:
Kettler Capitals Iceplex (Ballston Mall, 8th Fl. Parking Level), 627 N. Glebe Rd, Arlington, VA 22203

WHY:
Fundraiser benefiting Inova Blood Donor Services with a $90,000 goal to refurbish a bloodmobile.

ADMISSION:
$10 for adults; FREE for kids. Fans are encouraged to wear a hockey jersey.

CELEBRITY GUESTS/SPECIAL FEATURES:
Honorary puck drop participant Elliot Segal from DC101’s Elliot in the Morning; Capitals’ mascot, Slapshot; Capitals’ spirit team, the Red Rockers; Capitals’ PA announcer Wes Johnson and Washington Redskins cheerleaders.  Intermission features mini-mites youth games and a chuck-a-duck promotion. Silent Auction features a wide variety of great prizes including concert tickets, signed memorabilia, gift certificates and much more.

INFO:
Event – Steve Winter (202) 468-8100, steve@aboutbwf.com

Media – Brian Bishop (202) 468-8400, brian@aboutbwf.com

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