The Riley hockey team hosted a blood drive at the Compton Family Ice Arena. The guys not only worked, but donated as well. One of the hockey mom's is a former trauma nurse and stressed the importance of donation. She says 3-in-4 people will need blood in their life, but only 1-in-4 will actually donate.
Jill Maddox is a hockey mom and a nurse practioner, she says blood donation is really important and they thought it was a good idea to get the players and parents involved. They used a play on words, "Play hockey, give blood." Riley player, Jack Keultjez says it feels good to help out the community.
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