The Hobart men’s hockey team recently presented the Help Sami Kick Cancer Foundation with a donation raised during their round-robin weekend on Dec. 30 and 31. Pictured, from left, are Hobart Men’s Hockey Coach Mark Taylor, Help Sami Kick Cancer Foundation Founders Jim and Karen Curtis, and Hobart Captain Zach Tyson. (Photo provided)

The Hobart College men’s ice hockey team recently presented the Help Sami Kick Cancer Foundation a donation of $2,250 as part of a fundraiser the team ran on Dec. 30 and 31.

The team raised the money through various initiatives during a  modified round-robin weekend they co-hosted with Elmira College.

The money was raised as part of Hobart hockey’s “Hockey Helpers” program, a community service initiative founded by Hobart hockey alumnus Ryan Adler ’09.

Anytime the Hobart hockey team begins a charitable venture, players and coaches do so under Hobart’s wing of Hockey Helpers.

Hobart’s men’s hockey coach, Mark Taylor, is a Canton native and close friend of Help Sami Kick Cancer Foundation founder Jim Curtis.

For more information on the team’s fundraiser, check out this story from the Finger Lake Times.

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