Bruins alumni holding charity hockey game to support teen injured during game

BOSTON — As Bishop Feehan High School hockey player A.J. Quetta continues to recover from the serious spinal cord injury that he suffered on January 26, the support for his family continues to grow.

On Saturday, February 20 at the Ice House of Canton, there will be a charity hockey game to benefit A.J. and his family. The game starts at 2:00 p.m. and will be played between the Boston Bruins alumni and the coaches from the Boston Junior Huskies. Click here for more.

Bruins great Rick Middleton will be there skating and leading the alumni team.

“If you’re a hockey player, it doesn’t matter what level you played at, you know that it could have happened to you and the fact that it happened to A.J., makes most hockey guys just want to help out”.

The Boston Bruins Foundation continues to lead the charge in helping to raise money for the Quetta family. Below are some ways you can contribute to the cause through the Bruins.

  • NHL Stick and Jersey Auction for A.J.: The sticks and jerseys featured in this auction were donated by the featured NHL Hockey Clubs to support A.J. Quetta. We greatly appreciate the participation from each of these teams and we are grateful for all the support given. Fans can bid by clicking here.
  • Auction closes February 11 at 10 a.m.
  • 50/50: The Boston Bruins Foundation will be holding a 50/50 which will be benefitting the recovery of Bishop Feenan Center, A.J. Quetta when you purchase 50/50 raffle tickets between now and the third period of Saturday’s game on February, 13.