Fire departments have come together over the last 2 days for a hockey tournament with meaning.
The tournament is the “Ray Kline Memorial” in memory of the Halifax firefighter. His son, a firefighter, and other family, proudly continue this great event.
The tournament, started in 1983, has seen teams from the Maritimes, Ontario, and Newfoundland come together to face off.
Over the years, the tournament has raised funds for PTSD. This year, fallen firefighter Kyle Currie was the focus of the fundraiser.
To begin the final game of the tournament, Fire Chief Ken Stuebing with relatives of Ray Kline took part in the puck drop as a piper from the Union Pipe and Drums band played them on.