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Stan Jonathan helps young Six Nations players

Stan Jonathan helps young Six Nations players

OHSWEKEN – Three young Six Nations players were in need of a little financial help to play hockey within the Brantford AAA 99ers, and NHL legion Stan Jonathan wanted to help. He donated a numbered and autographed collector’s edition of a sports plaque dedicated to Jonathan’s Big Bad Bruins of the late 1970s, the Toughest

OHSWEKEN – Three young Six Nations players were in need of a little financial help to play hockey within the Brantford AAA 99ers, and NHL legion Stan Jonathan wanted to help. He donated a numbered and autographed collector’s edition of a sports plaque dedicated to Jonathan’s Big Bad Bruins of the late 1970s, the Toughest Team in NHL History. The winners of the generous gift of Jonathan were Bruce General, (right) minor Atom, Dayton Martin (left), and Dayton Sawyer minor PeeWee. Winning the draw for the plaque was Two Row Times sports reporter, Jim Windle.

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