Gallery: Michigan FIJI And Phi Psi’s 2nd Annual Charity Hockey Game Was An Instant Classic

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The University of Michigan already has one of the most notable and longstanding philanthropic traditions in the country with SAE’s Mud Bowl. Well, Big Blue may have another yearly fraternity sports classic on their hands with Phi Gamma Delta and Phi Kappa Psi’s “Freeze the Puck on Cancer.” The Jefferson Duo were able to raise over $10,000 in donations for the American Cancer Society this past Saturday during the second annual running of this charity hockey game.

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Tied 3-3, the two rivals went into a shootout, where FIJI was able to walk off win with the goal below.

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The shiesty lefty hitting the poor goalie with the ‘ol triple deke. Gordon Bombay would be proud.

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This is philanthropy done right.


Images via Carson Hart and Bill Waterstreet


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