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Bryan Trottier Signs up for 2018 Long Pond Classic.

The organizing committee for the Long Pond Classic has announced that Bryan Trottier has signed on as its featured players for this year’s Long Pond Heritage Hockey Classic on January 27.

Bruan Trottier has won 4 Stanley Cups with the New York Islanders, 2 with the Pittsburgh Penguins and 1 as an assistant coach with the Colorado Avalanche. Recognized as one of the NHL’s 100 Best.

He has also won numerous awards and trophies throughout his career including:
• King Clancy Trophy
• Calder Trophy
• Art Ross Trophy
• Hart Memorial Trophy
• Conn Smyth Trophy

The Long Pond Classic has become an annual event since it was initiated in 2013 as a fund raising event in support of the Birthplace of Hockey museum. Over the year’s it has featured such notable players as Rick Middleton, Glen Anderson, Pete Mahovalich, Mike Krushelnyski, Ray Bourque and Guy Lafleur. The feature player for this year’s event will be announced shortly.

For details as they are released visit www.LongPondClassic.com or follow them on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/LongPondClassic

Ron Duguay signs up for Long Pond Classic 2018

The organizing committee for the Long Pond Classic has announced that Ron Duguay will be one of the featured players at this year’s Long Pond Heritage Hockey Classic on January 27.

The Long Pond Classic has become an annual event since it was initiated in 2013 as a fund raising event in support of the Birthplace of Hockey museum. Over the year’s it has featured such notable players as Rick Middleton, Glen Anderson, Pete Mahovalich, Mike Krushelnyski, Ray Bourque and Guy Lafleur.  The feature player for this year’s event will be announced shortly.

For details as they are released visit www.LongPondClassic.com or follow them on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/LongPondClassic

New Boundaries Charity Game: RCMP Vs Fire Departments

On Friday night the re-match was played between the local RCMP and the fire departments of Windsor and Hantsport. The draft held earlier in the day aligned Glenn Anderson and Robert Sweeney with the Fire Department, while Mike Krushelnyski and Dennis Vial played for the RCMP. It was an exciting, fun-filled and high scoring match with the Windsor and Hantsport Fire Departments as the eventual winners of this game. New Boundaries and the Long Pond Classic are very appreciative of the Legends All-Stars Hockey Events for their support and involvement in this event.

A New Boundaries Tour with Mike Krushelnyski and Glenn Anderson

With the pending Friday night charity game as a fund raiser for New Boundaries, Mike Krushelnyski and Glenn Anderson from “Legends All-Stars Hockey Events” took time to visit with the group. Due to the of the previous day’s storm, it was a snow-day for the clients. Staff and family on hand were however excited to visit with them and provide an overview of the groups mission and purpose while touring its operation which was greatly appreciated.