Marner All-Star Invitational a Huge Success | Leafs Hub
A Leafs Hub Collaboration By: Ben Shelley and Peter Baracchini t's something that every kid dreams about. The opportunity of a life time to meet and skate with their idols. Fans, majority of who were kids, were lined up throughout the Vaughan Sports Village complex to meet their favourite Toronto Maple Leafs players at the inaugural Marner Assist Fund charity fundraiser. The fundraiser was started by Maple Leaf forward, Mitch Marner, which aims to create sustainable change for under-privileged kids that looks to give them a chance for a better future. Mitch Marner is a star on the ice. But on Friday, we were able to see the human side of him. He took the time to sign autographs, take pictures with kids and give back to the community so that others could have a future and opportunity to possibly be where he is at in his career. "The youth and children benefit from this," Marner said. "We just want to give to kids in need and under-privileged kids, Sick Kids hospital and anything