Former Red Wings Chris Osgood, Manny Legace raise $2,797 from donors in Plymouth.
- LOCAL CONNECTIONS
Wednesday, December 12, 2012
Submitted by the Detroit Red Wings: Detroit Red Wings Head Coach Mike Babcock and Executive Vice President and General Manager Ken Holland successfully defended their bell ringing title on Tuesday as the four duos of Red Wings personnel brought in a grand total of $24,438.69 for The Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign at stops throughout Metro Detroit, including Plymouth. During a two-hour span of bell ringing at Hiller’s Market in downtown Northville, Babcock and Holland raised $13,462 for the nonprofit, which included an anonymous $5,000 donation. Babcock and Holland saw a 37.9 percent increase over the $9,761.06 amount raised by the duo last season. “We can’t thank Ken Holland, Mike Babcock, some of the team's most beloved former …
Chris Osgood and Manny Legace, former Red Wings goaltenders, will ring the Salvation Army bell Dec. 11 at Kroger in Plymouth Township.
- VOLUNTEERS IN THE NEWS
- John McKay
Saturday, December 8, 2012
While the current NHL lockout between owners and players has jeopardized the 2012-13 NHL season, Plymouth hockey fans still can see some of their favorite Detroit Red Wings in action. Plymouth resident Chris Osgood and Manny Legace, former Red Wings goaltenders, will man the red kettles instead of the goalposts from 5-7 p.m. on Dec. 11 to raise money for the Salvation Army. The former players will appear at the Kroger in Plymouth Township as the Red Wings compete for bragging rights across Metro Detroit to see which players can raise the most money for the Salvation Army's Red Kettle Campaign. See photos from last year's Red Wings for Red Kettles event Red Wings coach Mike Babcock will join Executive Vice President and General Manager Ken …