Hurricane Sandy: AHL team makes weekend games free to help fans cope (Puck Daddy)

Hockey's charitable side always moves to the forefront during national tragedies, and Superstorm (née Hurricane) Sandy is no exception. The Nashville Predators and St. Louis Blues alumni are scheduled to play a charity game on Nov. 10 to partially benefit those affected by the storm. This weekend, AHL's Bridgeport Sound Tigers are also going to hold charity games — only they'll count toward the regular-season standings. The Tigers, the New York Islanders' affiliate announced that this weekend's games on Saturday (7 p.m.) against the Hershey Bears (Washington Capitals affiliate) and Sunday (3 p.m.) against the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins (Pittsburgh Penguins affiliate … duh) will be held free of charge to those in attendance.

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