Monday, January 9, 2012
The DASA fundraiser featured the St. Louis Blues Alumni against Lindenwood University.
The Disabled Athlete Sports Association held an ice hockey tournament Sunday to raise funds for the many programs they sponser for disabled athletes. Based in St. Peters and founded in 1997, the association sponsers programs in the St Louis area as well as Columbia. Prior to the Blues Alumni/Lindenwood game, the Phoenix Coyotes played the San Antonio Rampage. The Rampage are based at Brooks City-Base and contain veterans who have been wounded in action. The Rampage brought their A-game and the match featured checking, boarding and holding that would have made Tony Twist proud. The action was non stop and when the horn sounded to end the game the Rampage came out on top 6-1. The Blues alumni game was a different story. In a game that …
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Saturday, January 7, 2012
The charity event will benefit the Disable Athletes Sports Association.
Looking for a fun way to support a great cause? This weekend St. Louis Blues alumni will face off against the Lindenwood University men's hockey team at the Lindenwood Ice Arena in Wentzville. The event is slated for 1:30 p.m. Sunday and will benefit the Disabled Athletes Sports Association (DASA). According to Missouri Sports Magazine, Blues alumni expected to participate include Scott Mellanby, Bruce Affleck, Mike Zuke, Reed Low, Rob Hess, Larry Patey, Terry Yake, Dwight Schofield, Yan Stastny, Jamie Rivers, John Wensick and Kelly Chase. This is an annual event. To read Patch's coverage of last year's event, click here. Tickets are $5 each and are available at the door. Last year’s event raised more than $2,000 for the organization.