Supporting Mike

Rimbey AA Atom Renegades captain Hayden Motorylo stands with Sylvan Lake AA Atom Lakers assistant captain

  • Feb. 12, 2015 11:00 a.m.

Lacing up for Michael Arthur

Rimbey AA Atom Renegades captain Hayden Motorylo stands with Sylvan Lake AA Atom Lakers assistant captain Talon Brigley on Sunday holding a sign in honour of Lakers captain Michael Arthur, who was recently diagnosed with leukemia.

The Renegades donated $500 to the young hockey player to help with expenses. They also wore orange skate laces and put orange tape on their hockey sticks, which they raised in salute to Arthur, who was in the stands.

Sylvan Lake defeated Rimbey 4-2 after scoring the final goal when Rimbey pulled their goalie.

 

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