By Kitchener Post staff
The Kitchener Dutchmen are hosting a Teens for Jeans clothes-raiser Tuesday at Kinsmen Arena when they host the Cambridge Winter Hawks at 7 p.m.
It is the second of three dates to bring in used jeans, in any size, style or brand, which will be distributed through local organizations to people in need of clothing. The initiative is being run by the Aeropostale store at Conestoga Mall in Waterloo.
The Dutchmen will also be accepting donations during their Feb. 5 game against the Waterloo Siskins. Kitchener’s game at the Waterloo Memorial Recreation Complex against the host Siskins on Feb. 10 will also be part of the program.
For those unable to make the games, Aeropostale will be accepting donations at its Conestoga Mall location until Feb. 10.
Meanwhile, the Dutchmen (22-17-4) are coming off a 2-1 shootout win Sunday — the first of their Teens for Jeans games — at Kinsmen Arena against the Brampton Bombers.
Matt Guild scored in regulation for Kitchener. Keli Grant and Clayton Greer found the net in the shootout as Marc Williams stopped both Brampton shooters and made 28 saves in regulation and overtime.
Francois Cote replied for the Bombers (13-24-5).
The Dutchies were also handed a 3-1 loss Friday against the host Cullitons at Stratford’s Allman Arena.
Jesse Young scored the lone goal for the visitors and Williams made 37 saves.
Jonathan Langford, Josh Miller and Jared Culliton replied for Stratford (19-16-6).