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PORTLAND, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- Three years ago, 21-year old Michael Goulet passed away from complications after a seizure. He'd had them ever since he suffered a traumatic brain injury from a snowmobiling accident when he was 12.

After Michael passed away, his family started the Michael T. Goulet Traumatic Brain Injury and Epilepsy Foundation to raise money and awareness for prevention of brain injuries.

Every year, the foundation holds a charity hockey game - a sport Michael loved. Many familiar faces played on both of the teams - including Bruins legend Ray Bourque and a handful of players from the University of Maine.

"Whenever it's close to you and you know that people care so much for a cause, you come out and support it," says Bourque.

Before Sunday's game, the foundation had already raised close to $30,000.