3rd Annual Comm Ave Charity Classic

Current and former NHL/AHL players face off in this Boston College versus Boston University alumni game, Friday July 14.

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Posted by Jean DePlacido, Salem News  Published Friday, May 5, 2017 View the original article here. Last week Hamilton-Wenham coach Tawny Palmieri got a phone call she wasn’t expecting. It was…

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