An outpouring of support from the hockey world is making a big difference for Owen Sound Attack Pak President, Helen Lewis.

After being hospitalized last season due to Developed Neuropathy that left her immobile from the knees down and with damage to her hands, Helen has been able to return home but not without significant medical related costs that are required to help her stay comfortable at home.

Led by former Owen Sound Attack General Manager, Mike Futa, a number of Attack alumni and other members of the hockey

community have come together to make a personal donation of $14,000 to help Helen with her medical costs, including a lift, wheelchair, specialty transport vehicle, and medication.

Former Attack skaters Bobby Ryan, Mark Giordano, Brad Richardson, Trevor Lewis, Andrej Sekera, and Wayne Simmonds along with Futa and NHL Player Agent Alan Walsh have all graciously donated to help someone who has shown so much love and support for the Attack over the years.

Not only have the above individuals made a personal donation to Helen, but they – alongside Los Angeles Kings General Manager Rob Blake – have also graciously donated autographed jerseys that are to be auctioned off to help Helen with her medical costs as well.

A full list of jerseys as well as auction information will be made available at a later date.

source: AttackHockey


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