Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Cyclones forward does video to raise awareness...

Your Cincinnati Cyclones/Courtesy: eachnotesecure.com
And yeah, it's kind of goofy, but it's for a great cause.

Cincinnati Cyclones forward Scott Lehman and his teammates came up with this video to help raise awareness for their charity, Hockey Players for Kids (HP4K).

We can't fault them for doing this because the cause is good. The HP4K program is a volunteer group of hockey players from communities all around the country doing things to help impact the lives of kids.

The guy who came up with the charity, Cyclones forward Dustin Sproat.

We've gotten to see the Cyclones up close and personal since the Satellite HQ is located in Cincinnati. The team is a solid ECHL franchise who actually won the Kelly Cup in 2009-10. They get a decent amount of support in the city, since in the winter, there are no other Professional sports to compete with. The games are fun, they do a nice job with the promotional work and with coming up with a program like this, we think is a great way to give back to the community.

You can check them out by clicking on the link RIGHT HERE

Give the video a click and give a shout out to the charity, it's a great idea.

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