Hockey players of all ages and skill levels have been hitting the ice, getting ready to take part in the second annual 11 Day Power Play Community Shift, the week-and-a-half-long hockey game founded by Mike and Amy Lesakowski to raise money to help in the fight against cancer.

“As I tell everyone, my wife Amy does all the work. She’s a force,” Mike Lesakowski said. “We were out last night having dinner and we were talking about it and I can’t believe we are three years in to it. We were just going to do one event and raise $1 million for Roswell and now it’s turned in to a community event with 2,500 players. It’s surreal and I couldn’t be more proud.”

Learn more about how the 11 Day Power Play got started.