The Washington Times - October 26, 2012, 03:50PM

ROSEMONT, Ill. | Washington Capitals forward Troy Brouwer will be among the NHL players taking part in Friday night’s “Champs for Charity” exhibition game to raise money for Ronald McDonald House charities. A member of the 2010 Stanley Cup-champion Blackhawks team, Brouwer will play on team Chicago alongside the likes of Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews.

Minnesota Wild defenseman Ryan Suter and Anaheim Ducks forward Bobby Ryan headline the “The World” team. The puck drops at 7:30 local time at AllState Arena, formerly known as the Rosemont Horizon, in the Chicago suburbs.


Caps defenseman Jack Hillen is among those who will take part in Defending the Blue Line’s charity game Sunday night at Mariucci Arena on the campus of the University of Minnesota. Zach Parise is also expected to play in that game, which begins at 7 local time.

Here are the rosters for the Chicago Champs for Charity game, as of Thursday:


G Craig Anderson

D Brian Campbell

D Joe Corvo

D Jim Vandermeer

D James Wisniewski

F Troy Brouwer

F Jonathan Toews

F Patrick Sharp

F Patrick Kane

F Adam Burish

F Jake Dowell

F Craig Adams


G Niklas Backstrom

D Ryan Suter

D Alex Goligoski

D Kimmo Timonen

D Tom Gilbert

F Bobby Ryan

F Ville Leino

F Antti Miettinen

F Jared Boll

F Jamal Mayers

F Daniel Carcillo

F Shawn Thornton

F Mike Brown

And here are some of the players expected to play in Minnesota along with Hillen and Parise: George Parros, Clayton Stoner, Keith Ballard, Davis Drewiske, Chris Porter, Cal Clutterbuck, Ryan Carter, Stu Bickel, Darroll Powe, James van Riemsdyk, Stephane Veilleux and Mike Lundin