A seven-year-old skater in a quest to raise awareness on epilepsy will pay a special visit to Saturday afternoon.
Nick Curley, a Chicago resident, has embarked on "100 Miles For Danny", in which he skates ice rinks around the area, raising money for the Danny Did Foundation. Curley skates for five-mile increments in each visit and has reached the 55-mile mark.
"Previously, NHL Hall of Fame Player and Former Blackhawks Coach Denis Savard as well as NHL defenseman Bret Lebda joined Nick for a recent skate, while Duncan Keith of the Chicago Blackhawks expressed his support on Twitter," according to a press statement from the Danny Did Foundation.
Donations for Curley's campaign can be made online.