NHL team offers arena to high school affected by Hurricane Sandy
Posted on 19 November 2012 by DigitalSports
The charitable efforts continue to mount in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, as the New Jersey Devils have offered up their arena to the East Side High (N.J.) hockey team.
East Side High’s hockey arena, the Ironbound Recreation Center, remains without power due to Hurricane Sandy. If not for Devils owner, Jeff Vanderbeek, who offered up the Prudential Center, the team would not be able to hold practices and games.
Vanderbeek has stated that the Prudential Center will be open to the East Side High hockey team for as long as they need it, or until the Ironbound Recreation Center is fully functional again.
Another great gesture amidst a disaster.
Check out the original story from NJ.com.
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