Brett Aldridge had himself a day courtesy of the Phoenix Coyotes.
According to Dave Vest of Coyotes.com, the 13-year-old Aldridge got to serve as an honorary equipment manager at a late-season practice.
Aldridge, who is part of HopeKidsArizona, met some of the team’s owners, coaches and players. He left not only with some great memories, but also a hockey stick signed by Keith Yandle, his favorite player.
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