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Boston Bruins vs Nifty All-Stars to benefit kidney cancer research in Memory of Dr. Rachael Smith

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  The Boston Bruins Alumni recently faced off against the Nifty All-Stars in Winthrop’s Larsen Rink at the Eruzione Center for a charity fundraiser to benefit kidney cancer research. Following the game an “After Party” was held at the Orient Heights Yacht Club. Dr. Rachel Smith recently passed away and her family – husband Dave and children Daniel and Sydney – were on hand to accept the check. Daniel and Sydney took part in a puck dropping ceremony.

State Representative Donald Wong was on hand for the game; he is shown with Bruins Goalie Keith Segee and Todd Angilly, who performed the National Anthem.
Matignon Hockey Head Coach DJ Pinkham, some of his players and Boston Bruins alumni Bob Sweeney, Andrew Alberts and Ken Hodge Jr.
Daniel and Sydney Turk are shown with the Boston Bruins Alumni and the Nifty All-Stars at Larsen Rink.
Daniel and Sydney Turk – at center ice to drop the puck – are shown with Boston Bruins Bob Sweeney and Rick Middleton and Captain of the Nifty All-Stars/event organizer Kevin Chiles.
Dr. Rachael Smith’s family – David, Daniel and Sydney – accepted a check from Rick Middleton, Kevin Chiles and Bob Sweeney; the proceeds will go to kidney cancer research.
Bruins great Capt. Rick Middleton waves to the crowd at Larsen Rink; at right is State Representative Donald Wong.
Nifty All-Stars Capt. Kevin Chiles, who was the event organizer.

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