A hockey player in a hockey family
Evan is a longtime hockey player in Colorado. He played youth hockey in the DU Junior Pioneers program and went on to play for the Littleton Hawks where he was part of the 2010-2011 Midget Major AA State Championship team. He would continue his hockey journey playing junior hockey with the Texas Junior Brahmas in the Western States Hockey League (WSHL).
He continues to be an avid hockey fan and is a DU Pioneers season ticket holder with his dad Phil and sister Katy. Evan and Phil also travel to the Frozen Four NCAA National Hockey championships every year where they had the pleasure of watching in person DU win the 2017 National Championship in Chicago.
At age 28, Evan was diagnosed with Stage 1, Grade 3 Breast Cancer. With a massive growth rate of 68%, Evan went through a double mastectomy. He has been undergoing chemotherapy for the last 7 months and will continue the treatments until March, 2021.
Evan is currently winning his battle with cancer, and he is determined to play in the Survivor Game at the next Dawg Nation Dawg Bowl Hockey Tournament. His mother and father have both survived cancer. Evan has insurance, but even with the insurance the medical bills of co-pays and deductibles keep piling up and will continue to do so which can provide a lifetime of financial hardship.
Please join Dawg Nation in rallying to help this fellow hockey player. We can lift some of the burden through your generous donation today.
Or mail check to:Dawg Nation Hockey Foundation
PO Box 182
Indian Hills, CO 80454
Dawg Nation will collect all funds donated and determine the final amount provided to the recipient. Dawg Nation cannot guarantee that the full amount of your donation will reach the recipient. That said, Dawg Nation has historically provided final amounts to recipients in excess of the total amount of funds collected.