By: KDKA-TV News Staff
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Pittsburghers love hockey, don’t they?
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Over the weekend, dozens chose a game to save lives.
The first hockey game “Save The Brains” made the Epidermoid Brain Tumor Society aware of brain tumors and money through hockey.
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And for one of the organizers, today’s game had a special meaning.
“My father was diagnosed with a rare brain tumor, no cure, little to no research. I think I started a campaign in first grade to do some research and hopefully find a cure, ”said Sam Kieffer.
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Sam says he hopes to build on the success of today’s game and have many more of it to save lives.