Monday, July 09, 2007

Teeing Off for a Good Cause

The NHL continues to help Olie and his fellow Athletes Against Autism founders, Scott Mellanby and Byron Dafoe, shed some light on an often misunderstood disease with an article on AAA's recent golf tournament. The event, which included 35 athletes and 100 golfers (including Matt Pettinger and Brian Willsie) raised over $300,000 for the cause - and check out the picture of Olie's specially made mask that was auctioned off, featuring the new Caps' colors of course. Pretty sharp!

To learn more about the disease or to help them in their crusade to raise awareness visit the Athletes Against Autism site or

1 comment:

Aaron said...

I like the cause, but Athletes Against Autism just sounds so... aggressive. It isn't like Autism is something you can vote out of existence, or beat up.