The Dallas Stars announced today the addition of forwards Vernon Fiddler and Ray Whitney to the Dallas Stars Alumni Association's inaugural Community Chest Charity Alumni Game as head coaches for the two respective teams on March 22 following the Stars game against the Ottawa Senators at 2 p.m.
The Fiddlers, coached by Vernon Fiddler and assisted behind the bench by former Stars goaltender Andy Moog, will face off against The Wizards, coached by Ray Whitney. Current Stars captain Jamie Benn and forward Tyler Seguin are scheduled to appear alongside Stars legends including Mike Modano, Joe Nieuwendyk, Jere Lehtinen, Ed Belfour and Marty Turco.
The Alumni Association also announced the rosters for both teams, which will feature youth hockey players from across North Texas along with current Stars players and Stars legends:
THE WIZARDS THE FIDDLERS
Local area youth hockey players had the opportunity to participate in the Community Chest Charity Alumni Game by fundraising on behalf of the Community Chest. All youth hockey players who helped raise funds for the Community Chest over the last two months were eligible to be selected to participate in the game.
The game will be played in memory of local hockey player, Travis Stryker, who along with his mother and father were killed in a tragic car accident en route to a hockey tournament. The proceeds from the Community Chest Charity Alumni Game will benefit the Stryker Family and will go toward supporting the future needs of the hockey community in Texas. Austin Stryker, Travis' brother, is scheduled to participate in game.
Made up of former Dallas Stars and local NHL alumni, the Dallas Stars Alumni Association (DSAA) uses hockey as a vehicle to serve the local community. As ambassadors of the sport, DSAA members act as role models, support charitable initiatives, and promote the growth of hockey throughout the Texas region.
For more information about the Community Chest Charity Alumni Game or to donate, please visit DallasStars.com/AlumniGame.
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