Wednesday, February 24, 2010


The College at Brockport Ice Hockey team dedicated last Friday’s game to the ‘Saves for a Cure’ charity started by senior goalie Todd Sheridan.

The team raised over $3400 dollars for the charity through a jersey auction, ticket sales and a 50/50 raffle. The money raised will be donated to help enhancing hospital stays for children undergoing cancer treatments at the James P. Wilmot Cancer Center in Rochester.

This year, the Golden Eagles wore black jerseys with a white Saves for a Cure logo on the front that were auctioned off. The action raised $2590, with 14 winning bids of $100 or more. Senior goalie Todd Sheridan’s #35 jersey sold for $300.

Results of the auction can be found on the Jersey Auction page link at the top of the Brockport Hockey page at