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The Left Wing Lock releases Red Wings’ alumni/celebrity game roster

During this fall's training camp in Traverse City, the Red Wings are holding an alumni/celebrity game to raise funds for Centre Ice Arena (on Thursday, September 14th at 7 PM), and the Left Wing Lock's Sarah Lindenau posted the roster and information about the event as well:

Remaining Tickets for the event can be purchased via fax and range from $20-$30. For more information on this event and the Red Wings training camp, click here.

Dr. John Finley will also be on hand on September 14th to sign copies of his book, Hockeytown Doc: A Half Century of Red Wings Stories from Howe to Yzerman. Finley served as the Red Wings team doctor for nearly five decades and he shares stories of some of the more notorious sports injuries over the years.

TEAM 1 (Coach Bruce Haralson)

Ken Holland
Chris Osgood

Hakan Andersson
Mike Babcock
Todd Beam
Kevin Clark
Ken Daniels
Andrew Dickson
Dallas Drake
Jeff Finley
Mark Howe
Sam Lites
Keith McKittrick
Glenn Merkosky
Marty Stein
Piet Van Zant
Tyler Wright

TEAM 2 (Coach Tom Renney)

Jim Bedard
Jeff Blashill

Eddie Ascione
Spiros Anastas
Russ Baumann
Chris Chelios
Kris Draper
Jiri Fischer
Kelly Harper
Ken Kal
Kirk Maltby
Ryan Martin
Jim Paek
Bill Peters
Len Quesnelle
Mickey Redmond
Ari Vuori

Update: Yup.

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Ken Holland


Posted by Crater from SoCal on 08/19/13 at 02:43 PM ET

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Ken Holland

Couldn’t be worse than all the shots he takes in here. tongue rolleye

Posted by calquake from a.k.a. Uniquake, workin' on my manifesto on 08/19/13 at 06:29 PM ET

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