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Stacy Dallman—wife of Kevin Dallman, formerly with the Kings, Bruins and Blues, and currently playing in the KHL—has been working hard to help raise money for the wives and families of Lokomotiv players who were lost in the recent tragedy.
Stacy has organized a charitable initiative to raise money to help those families and asked if we could help spread the word. They have already raised some $11,000 and hope to raise much more by the end of the hockey season, with the help of hockey fans around the world.
“The tragedy has pulled together hockey wives from almost all leagues world-wide, and our goal is to collect as many donations as possible to give to the Lokomotiv Wives and families at the end of this hockey season,” says Stacy.
You can find about more about the Lokomotiv Wives Fund on Facebook. There are options to donate money, or simply share your well-wishes with the families affected.
Thanks for checking it out.
From Stacy Dallman’s press release:
Stacy Dallman created an ingenious solution for “disappearing pacifiers”, when she and her husband, NHL Defensemen Kevin Dallman of the Los Angeles Kings, found themselves at wits end over constantly searching for their toddler daughters missing pacifiers. The Paci-Plushies™ story started after the birth of the couple’s second child. Dallman recalls being frustrated with the, “frequent tantrums that would wake the newborn” thrown by her daughter when a pacifier could not be located. [...]
With the support and encouragement of her husband and fellow LA Kings Hockey Wives, Dallman spent the entire 2007-2008 hockey season researching and developing the Paci-Plushies™.
Kevin Dallman is currently still on the free agents list.
Any nominees for the NHL player best suited as the spokesman for a baby pacifier invention? (No GMs allowed; too obvious!)