FRIENDS OF UNH HOCKEY TO HOST THIRD ANNUAL REUNION GAME
    DURHAM, N.H. — The Friends of UNH hockey have announced the third annual reunion hockey game on Sunday, August 5th at the Whittemore Center in Durham.
    The reunion game will begin at 2 p.m.; admission to the event is free and open to the public. The games will be followed by a reception for the players and their families at the Elliott Alumni Center adjacent to the Whittemore Center.
        The game will feature former Wildcats from all eras of UNH hockey. The last two years have been highlighted by current and former Boston Bruins players, including Andy Brickley, Bruce Crowder and Peter Douris; current Bruin Mark Mowers, as well as Hall of Fame defenseman and Norris Trophy winner Rod Langway.
    The reunion hockey game will be played the day prior to the 19th annual Friends of UNH Hockey Golf tournament on Monday, August 6th, which is a major fundraiser for the men's hockey program. The proceeds from the tournament are used to further facility and program enhancements.
    For further information about the alumni game or for player registration please contact committee chair Tom Rowell at 603-475-0871. For information about the golf tournament to participate or sponsor please contact Steve Greiner at 603-868-7034.
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