Todd Marchant and Teemu Selanne will participate in the 12th Annual Fedorin Cup charity hockey game Saturday at Anaheim Ice.
This year’s event will consist of a charity exhibition game between current and former NHL players, local pros and standouts in a Team Canada vs. Team USA format. There will be both a live and silent auction; postgame VIP Anaheim ICE plaza party with exclusive VIP live auction and casino-style gaming, opportunity drawing and celebrity appearances.
The Fedorin Cup was established in 1998 when Eric Fedorin, a 36-year-old local California hockey player, was diagnosed with brain cancer and passed away a short time after the inaugural event. In is his memory, the Athletic Sports Fund of America-ASFA will donate a portion of all proceeds to NHL Hockey Fights Cancer, the American Cancer Society and offer grants to athletes in need.
Tickets for the event are $10 for adults, $5 for youth 11-17, and FREE for children 10 and under with an adult. For more information on the event or to order tickets or VIP packages online, visit www.asfamerica.com.
The event doors open at 2:30 p.m. at Anaheim Ice (300 W. Lincoln Ave., near downtown Anaheim). Silent auction begins at 3:30 with warmups and the game to follow at 4 p.m.