Hockey players help child with cancer

By Gary Brode |

Published 03/16 2014 08:43PM

Updated 03/17 2014 09:58AM

DANVILLE -- Some hockey players gave the shirts off their backs, literally, to help a child with cancer. The Danville Dashers donated shirts they wore from the game before.

It's for a silent auction to help 4-year old Tanner Haurez who has leukemia. The jerseys sold for a minimum of $100. They hope to write a check for at least $3,000.

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