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Lightning players shave their heads for good cause

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TAMPA, FL (WFLA) - Tampa Bay Lightning players and employees went bald to raise funds for the Pediatric Cancer Foundation on Wednesday.

Players Mark Barberio, B.J. Crombeen, Radko Gudas, and Ondej Palt along with 30 staff members shaved their heads as part of the 5th annual Bright House Networks Cut for a Cure Charity Challenge presented by Carrabba's Italian Grill. As part of the fundraising campaign, more than 200 men, women, and children are going bald to raise funds and awareness for select nonprofit organizations.

“The Lightning are extremely pleased to again participate in the Cut for a Cure Charity Challenge,” Lightning chief operating officer, and PCF board member, Steve Griggs said. “We are very proud to have our players and the more than 30 employees volunteer to participate in an attempt to raise funds and awareness for the battle against pediatric cancer.”



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