Friday, December 28... Bob Probert is Coming to Blyth!
Friday, December 28, 2007
Blyth Minor Hockey Alumni Game & Silent Auction
Blyth & District Community Centre
Doors Open at 6:00 PM
The 1972 Blyth PeeWee OMHA Champions
, featuring retired "NHL Tough Guy" Bob Probert,
will take on the 1993 Blyth Bantam OMHA Champions
in a game that is sure to entertain people of all ages.
The evening will also include a Silent Auction with autographed NHL jerseys, autographed sticks, Detroit Red Wing tickets and several other items; door prizes, autograph session, raffle table and more!
Robert Probert (born June 5, 1965 in Windsor, Ontario, Canada) is a retired Canadian professional ice hockey forward. Probert played for the National Hockey League's Detroit Red Wings and Chicago Blackhawks. While a successful player by some other measures, Probert is best known for his activities as a fighter and enforcer. Probert was also known as being one half of the Bruise Brothers with then-Red Wing teammate Joe Kocur, during the late 80s and early 90s. The hockey legend currently teaches kids of all ages at his hockey school in Windsor, Ontario. Probert is widely regarded as the toughest hockey player to ever lace 'em up!
The Blyth & District Community Centre doors will open at 6:00 PM, cost of admission is $5.00 per person (10 yrs. and over) or $20.00 per family. Alumni Game & Silent Auction.pdf
Special Thanks to Our Event Sponsors!
Howson and Howson Ltd. Blyth Decor Shoppe Pause Photography
Lee’s Service Centre Blyth Inn Blyth General Store
Blyth Construction TD Bank – Seaforth Grandview Restaurant
Marshall Decorating Elliott Nixon Insurance Blyth Lions Club
Blyth Corner Café Blyth Printing Zehrs - Goderich
Sparling’s Propane Ltd. Boston Pizza - Goderich 94.5 The Bull
For further information regarding this event or, if you are interested in sponsoring or donating items, please contact Tyler Stewart (519.523.4211) or Kerry Nesbitt (519.523.4904).