NEWS CENTER - Hall of famer and former Bruins great Ray Bourque made a name on the ice. Now he's using it to help spread awareness and give back to those in and around the hockey community.
Bourque as at MHG Arena in Saco as part of the second annual Faceoff for a Cause, a charity event on behalf of the Michael T. Goulet Traumatic Foundation. The foundation was started as a means to assist those affected by traumatic brain injuries and epilepsy as well as enlighten those unfamiliar. Along with a charity hockey game, signed NHL and pro paraphernelia were auctioned off.
Joining Bourque in the game were his sons Chris and Ryan, Biddeford native and Pens prospect Brian Dumoulin, current Portland Pirates Kent Hulst, Derek Whitmore, and Dennis McCauley, as well as others from college/pro hockey past and present.