Every sports parents’ worst nightmare is playing out for the Quetta family. We are all pulling for Bishop Feehan senior hockey player, A.J. Quetta. He was injured during a game Tuesday night in Springfield.
The hockey community and beyond have responded to help. The Bruins Foundation has pledged at least $100,000 and the team showed it’s support during Thursday night’s game against the Penguins. They will also be auctioning off game used sticks to benefit A.J.
See below for info and the Go Fund me page for A.J. as well.
"We're all praying for A.J. Way bigger than hockey...our team is really thinking of him, his family, anyone affected." - Chris Wagner pic.twitter.com/1sroCKiV13— Boston Bruins (@NHLBruins) January 29, 2021
Keeping AJ10 with us tonight. pic.twitter.com/gxvzjaZfKz— Boston Bruins (@NHLBruins) January 28, 2021
These previously used game sticks from select #NHLBruins and Penguins players will be available for auction at https://t.co/AmTXiQNZpf.— Boston Bruins (@NHLBruins) January 28, 2021
All proceeds from the auction will benefit A.J. Quetta and his family. pic.twitter.com/z22q50yOhr