Roster Continues to Grow for Whalers Alumni Game

Jul 31, 2014 - 12:30 EDT

Photos - Plymouth Whalers alums Tyler Seguin (top) and Stefan Noesen (bottom) have committed to play in the Whalers Alumni Game on Aug. 16.

The roster of alumni committing to play in the fourth Plymouth Whalers Alumni game continues to grow.

With the commitments of Tyler Seguin, Tyler G. Brown, Stefan Noesen and Kevin Holdridge, 32 Plymouth Whalers alumni will be playing in the game.

The Alumni Game is set for Sat. Aug. 16 at 4 pm at Compuware Arena. The Whalers alumni will meet the fans in an autograph session before from 2-3:30 pm.  

Billed “Whalers Alumni Give a Miracle on Ice," proceeds of the game – in the form of a $10 donation – will go to the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals at Beaumont Children’s Hospital.  

Tickets for the game can be purchased online at www.plymouthwhalers.com or at the Compuware Arena box office. Please call the box office at (734) 453-8400. 

Adding to the event is radio station 96.3 WDVD with morning hosts Blaine & Allyson in the Morning, who are long-time supporters of the Plymouth Whalers and events at Compuware Arena.

Community Choice Credit Union is also lending support to the event.

Here is current roster of Whalers Alumni committing to the game:

Alex Aleardi, Scott Blair, Kevin Brown, Tyler G. Brown, Joe Byrne, Robbie Czarnik, Jamie Devane, JD Eaton, Shaun Fisher, Jeff Gardiner, Matt Hackett (injured, but will attend), Ryan Hayes, Kevin Holdridge, Jamie Lalonde, Jason Lawmaster, David Legwand, Rob McBride, Myles McCauley, Jeff Mitchell,  Mike Morrone, Stefan Noesen, Dan Pawlaczyk, James Ramsay, Andre Robichaud, Bill Ruggiero, Tyler Seguin, James Sheehan, Damian Surma, Chris Terry, John Vigilante, Scott Wedgewood, Mike Yovanic.

VIDEO ARCHIVES - 2010 Alumni game highlights.

OTHER ALUMNI INTERVIEWS - David Legwand; Chris Terry; Justin Peters; Chad LaRose; James Wisniewski;  Andrew Fournier; James Neal; Mike Morrone, Steve Ward; Rick Smith; Mike Rucinski.

Also - Chad LaRose in 2010.  Jared Boll and James Neal, 2011.