Chris was also an Associate Registrar for the Southeastern District some years ago. John was one of the founders of the Cap Boys youth hockey program, served as the President and co-founder of the Capital Beltway Hockey League, was the President of the Southeastern Amateur Hockey Association, and served for many years as a Director of USA Hockey. To honor John’s contribution to our hockey community the Potomac Valley Amateur Hockey Association has established the John Crerar Hockey Development Grant Program.
The affiliate has created a new grant to honor Chris's involvement for Disabled Hockey. USA Hockey has added a 15-single birth year at the Tier 1 level to compete for a National Championship.
Teammate Bobby Van Dusen echoed the sentiment: “Helping the kids who are in tougher situations than we are reminds us that we can’t take anything for granted – it’s important to give back.” the bravest kids in the world.
Although the team won’t be able to see the smiling faces on Christmas Day, the team left the hospital with big hearts knowing those smiles will come for these children.
A 1966 graduate of the University of Vermont, Stevenson also serves as the ACHA’s representative on the American Hockey Coaches Association board of governors.
Chris Lombardi, the Patient Experience Liaison at Children’s National commented “There’s no way we could have done this without the team.
They carried themselves with the utmost honor and had a huge impact for our patients.”During the course of the day, the team sorted, prepared, and delivered thousands of donated toys.
An enriching educational and character-building exposure outing will unite Chicago high school student-athletes from North Lawndale and elementary school-age student-athletes from Washington, D.
C., as members of the girls’ varsity basketball team from DRW College Prep travel on Thursday, Oct.
He ascended to his current role as ACHA president in 2004, overseeing an expansion from 15 teams nationwide to more than 430.