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Former New York Islanders legends faced off against (Credit: Kathleen Fordyce)

Former New York Islanders legends faced off against the local Kings Park-Commack Alumni Hockey Team in a charity game to raise funds for two local foundations started by families who lost loved ones. (April 15, 2012)

Hockey charity game

Former New York Islanders took to the ice to play the local Kings Park-Commack Alumni Hockey Team in a charity game to raise money for two charities with ties to the community.

Former New York Islanders legends faced off against
(Credit: Kathleen Fordyce)

Former New York Islanders legends faced off against the local Kings Park-Commack Alumni Hockey Team in a charity game to raise funds for two local foundations started by families who lost loved ones. (April 15, 2012)

New York Islander mascot Sparky and the Ice
(Credit: Kathleen Fordyce)

New York Islander mascot Sparky and the Ice Girls helped cheer on former Islanders players at a game benefiting two local charities: the Frank J. Rizzo V Memorial Scholarship Fund and the Sarah Grace Foundation for Children with Cancer. (April 15, 2012)

Former New York Islanders legends faced off against
(Credit: Kathleen Fordyce)

Former New York Islanders legends faced off against the local Kings Park-Commack Alumni Hockey Team in a charity game to raise funds for two local foundations started by families who lost loved ones. (April 15, 2012)

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Frank J. Rizzo V was remembered Sunday at
(Credit: Kathleen Fordyce)

Frank J. Rizzo V was remembered Sunday at a charity hockey game held in his honor. He died in a car crash in 2010, one day after his 30th birthday. His former Kings Park-Commack teammates faced off against former Islander legends in the game. Money raised at the game will go to the Frank J. Rizzo V Memorial Scholarship Fund and another local charity. (April 15, 2012)

Frank J. Rizzo V was remembered at a
(Credit: Kathleen Fordyce)

Frank J. Rizzo V was remembered at a charity hockey game held in his honor. He died in car crash in 2010, one day after his 30th birthday. His former Kings Park-Commack teammates faced off against former Islanders legends in the game. Money raised at the game will go to the Frank J. Rizzo V Memorial Scholarship Fund and another local charity. (April 15, 2012)

Sal Ferro, chief executive of Alure Home Improvements
(Credit: Kathleen Fordyce)

Sal Ferro, chief executive of Alure Home Improvements and eight-time remodeler for ABC's "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition," recognized Kevin Barattini, a former Kings Park-Commack hockey player, for organizing a hockey game with former Islander legends to benefit two local charities. (April 15, 2012)

Former New York Islanders took to the ice
(Credit: Kathleen Fordyce)

Former New York Islanders took to the ice to play the local Kings Park-Commack Alumni Hockey Team in a charity game to raise money for two charities with ties to the community. (April 15, 2012)

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