Power hosts St. Louis for Camp Hometown Heroes Weekend sponsored by Atlas Mudjacking

The Milwaukee Power welcomes the St. Louis Jr. Blues to Kettle Moraine Ice Center for the first time this season. The Power leads the season meetings to date 3-1 with both previous series played in St. Louis. The Power is coming off a split with the Oregon Tradesmen and is now 21-13-2-1 in third place in the Central Division.

The Power players will be wearing custom jerseys presented by Atlas Mudjacking.  The jerseys will be auctioned off after the weekend with proceeds benefiting Camp Hometown Heroes. Jerseys can be bid on until 3pm Sunday.

The Power is led in scoring by Patrick Toomey with 51 points (25 goals/26 assists), Blake Keller with 38 (total) points and Max Erstad and Mike Dalaly with 29 points each. The Jr. Blues are lead in scoring by Jacob Heuerman with 22 points.

“The Power needs to maintain focus on these final regular season games. The weekend is huge for us as St. Louis brings a young and energetic game. We need to maintain discipline in all facets of our game and gain an all-important 4-point weekend,” said Power VP Hockey Operations, General Manager Kevin Marion.

Game Day sponsor: Jug’s Hitching Post.

CAMP HOMETOWN HEROES is a free week-long overnight summer camp for children and siblings of fallen U.S Service Members. During their visit to camp, the children begin the healing process with other children who have experienced a similar loss doing the summer activities that they love.

Hometown Heroes is a non-profit organization that provides support, healing and recognition to first responders, military community, and children & families in need. Through leadership development and the creation of service opportunities, we train and inspire the next generation of leaders. Our efforts greatly benefit the community while instilling the value and joy of giving in volunteers of all ages.

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