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30 Games In 30 Nights Net Wishes

04/12/2015, 10:00am EDT
By Mick Carroll

UPDATE: Rob Suggitt had a life long dream of visiting as many NHL arenas to see as many games as he could.  After years of planning, the Vancouver, BC resident came up with an idea to visit all 30 NHL arenas in 30 consecutive days to see all 30 NHL teams play (30 games) and raise $30,000 for his favorite charity, Make-A-Wish Foundation.  With the last 30 days of 2014-15 NHL schedule in his favor, this year was the year.  He started on March 13th in New York visiting Nassau Coliseum to see the Islanders play.  His trip finished on April 11th in Toronto.  With $10,000 donated by Honda of Canada and $6,500 by Molson Canadian on the last day of his journey, he raised over $44,000 for Make-A-Wish.  The loudest fans?  Madison Square Gardens (Rangers), United Center (Blackhawks), and Bridgestone Arena (Predators).  The best arenas?  Madison Square Gardens, Bridgestone Arena, and Nationwide Arena (Blue Jackets).  To follow his quest, click here.  FYI, Rob paid for all costs associated with his trip.

Right:  Rob Suggitt, in St. Louis for game #18, with Connor, a Blues fan attending his very first NHL game.

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