Bruins Alumni vs. Wilmington Coaches Charity Game Set For April 9 — Rosters Announced

WILMINGTON, MA — On Sunday, April 9 at 3pm at the Chelmsford Forum (2 Brick Klin Road, North Billerica), the dedicated Wilmington Wildcat Coaches will lace ’em up against the Boston Bruins Alumni Team.

The Alumni Team will include:

  • #31 Goalie Jeff Dumart (Son of Woody Dumart, 4 years at Merrimack College)
  • #1 Forward Reggie Lemelin (15 years in NHL; 6 years with Boston Bruins)
  • #5 Forward Mike Sandford (Son of Ed Sandford)
  • #6 Defense Glen Featherstone (9 years in NHL; 3 with Boston Bruins)
  • #13 Forward Ken Linseman (14 NHL seasons; 5 ½ seasons with Boston Bruins)
  • #17 Forward Tom Songin (Boston College; 3 years with Boston Bruins)
  • #20 Forward Bob Sweeney (10 years in NHL; 6 with Boston Bruins)
  • #21 Defense Frank Simonetti (4 years with Boston Bruins)
  • #25 Forward Andy Brickley (14 years pro hockey; 10 years with Boston Bruins)
  • #26 Defense Don Awrey (16 NHL seasons; 10 with Boston Bruins)
  • #32 Forward Bruce Crowder (4 years in NHL; 3 with Boston Bruins)
  • #34 Defense Bob Beers (8 years in NHL 4 with Boston-color analyst Bruins radio)
  • #37 Forward Ralph Barahona (2 years with Boston Bruins)
  • #42 Forward Tim Sweeney (8 years in NHL; 3 with Boston Bruins)
  • #83 Forward Pat Leahy (3 seasons with Boston Bruins)
  • Bob Cormier
  • Don Garcia
  • John Horrigan

The Wilmington Youth Hockey coaches team consists of:

  • Joe Aucoin
  • Ray Mercuri
  • Scott Audette
  • Mike Newhouse
  • George Cronin
  • James O’Brien
  • Kevin Cyr
  • Rob Peterson
  • Mark DiGiovanni
  • Andrew Santo
  • Bob Dodge
  • Dave Sainato
  • Chris Foti
  • Bryan Spencer
  • Daniel Hudd
  • Mike Spencer
  • James Largenton
  • Corey Tobin
  • Jason Manini
  • Bob Voner

Tickets cost $10 each and will be sold at the door.

To make an additional online donation, please click this link:

25% of the net proceeds will go to the United Heroes League which actively works to ensure that children of military members are afforded every opportunity to participate in sports. United Heroes have provided over $3 million worth of free sports equipment, game tickets, cash grants, and summer camps to military families across the US & Canada. For more info on the United Heroes League, visit

(NOTE: The above announcement is from Wilmington Youth Hockey.)

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