OHL players and staff recognizing Movember


Over the month of November, a number of OHL players and staff are recognizing Movember by raising awareness and seeking donations for men’s health.

Ottawa 67’s and Team Canada World Juniors head coach Andre Tourigny has launched his own campaign, along with many of his fellow Hockey Canada staff.

Kitchener Rangers forward Reid Valade is helping spread the word about a fundraiser seeking to invest in mental health services at a local high school in honour of a close friend he recently lost.

Niagara IceDogs forward Jonah De Simone is raising support in memory of his grandfather, Sam, who lost his 15-year battle with prostate cancer this past summer.

The Oshawa Generals posted this old Movember throwback, prompting former Gen Hunter Smith to share his campaign.

Sarnia Sting forward Brayden Guy continues to raise awareness and donations in honour of his uncle, Neil, who he lost to suicide in May 2019. Guy has set out to run 60 kilometres over the course of the month and has already raised over $8000.

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