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David Ayres donates goalie stick to Hockey Hall of Fame

David Ayres, the emergency backup goalie who shot to stardom last weekend when he was pressed into service after the Carolina Hurricanes lost both of their netminders to injury in Toronto against the Maple Leafs, has donated his game-used stick to the Hockey Hall of Fame. At 42 years old, the Zamboni driver became the oldest goalie in NHL history to win his regular-season debut and the first emergency backup to ever record a victory. The recipient of a kidney transplant 15 years ago, Ayres is hoping to use his newly-found platform to raise awareness about organ donation.
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