Yonkers Force Youth Hockey Raises $ 3,000 NHL Donation

Congratulations to the Yonkers Force Youth Hockey team for being selected for a $ 3,000 donation from the NHL Players’ Association and Enterprise Rent-A-Car as part of their Hat Trick Award program! Yonkers Force Youth Hockey is a community outreach program offered by the Yonkers Police Department to teach the great game of ice hockey to underprivileged youth of Yonkers. This is a learning-to-play program administered and supervised by volunteer Yonkers police officers. The instruction consists of sessions of indoor and ice hockey, with equipment offered by the Goals & Dreams program of the NHL Players Association. To qualify for this program, the player must be entitled to a free or reduced school lunch. Tonight’s coaches were Detective Captain Patrick McCormack, Sergeant Kevin Madison, Police Officer Jim Strauss and Detective Christopher Urban. Commissioner John J. Mueller attended tonight’s practice to congratulate the kids and players. Thank you for supporting law enforcement and the #YonkersPD! AJLNH Company

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