The Peterborough DALROD Phantoms, have joined the rest of the Hockey family in supporting Elite League legend Adam Calder in his quest to raise vital funds for his treatment against cancer.
Coventry Blaze club legend Adam Calder, who won eight major trophies with the club over six seasons has been battling cancer for over two years now.
Despite several surgeries and therapy to fight this disease, Adam’s health is still greatly affected and he is now seeking new treatments and medications that are not available under the NHS. This may require the need to travel abroad to seek further treatment not accessible in the UK. The costs for these treatments are significant.
Therefore, the club have decided to call on Blaze fans, and the British hockey family to come together to support Adam in his fight.
Peterborough Phantoms are donating a #2 NORTON dark shirt, signed by the entire Phantoms team. Tom Norton has played against many of the Elite League stars including Calder. Tom has just returned from his GB senior men’s game against Norway, where he was be matched up with many of the Elite League stars.
Phantoms would like to raise as much money for this worthy cause, so we are asking you the loyal hockey fans to dig deep and Support 25. We will be selling tickets to win the shirt at £10 each. All proceeds will be going straight to Support 25 campaign.
To purchase tickets please go to HockeyDog on match nights, or email carrie@GoPhantoms.co.uk if you will not be attending a game between now and the 13th November when we will be making the draw in the second intermission break of the Phantoms Vs Telford Tigers game.