May 18, 2022

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Hurricanes donate to the Montreal Canadians Children’s Foundation

Hurricanes donate to the Montreal Canadians Children's Foundation

On the occasion of this International Day of Mercy, the Carolina Hurricanes decided to make peace with the Montreal Canadians by donating to the Montreal Canadians Children’s Foundation on Saturday.

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“We may be a ‘bunch of jerks’, but we still take care of our communities,” Hurricanes said on Twitter, announcing that they had donated, but did not disclose the amount to the Hobbs-sponsored foundation.

There has been some vague connection between Blue-Blanc-Rouge and “Cannes” since General Manager Mark Bergwin tried to escape striker Sebastian Aho from his opponents on July 1, 2019.

The Hurricanes, who had equalized the offer at the time, did so again last August by awarding a contract to Canadian Jesperi Kotkani, who was abandoned by CH. The North Carolina company has used the opportunity to vilify the Montreal franchise on a number of occasions on social networks.

“Hurricanes may be battling on ice across the league, but helping communities across the United States and Canada is the goal anyone can support,” the group said in a statement, calling on the public to give generously to all foundations. Structures of the National Hockey League.

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