Not to scale.

Fact: This year alone, one out of every two hundred million Brazilians won’t get the hockey they desperately need.

The good news is that you and your hard earned money have already changed that. But we still need your help.

March 26th. It's a day when dreams come true at Joe Louis Arena. This year, one man will take the journey of a lifetime from his native land of Brazil to his spiritual home in Detroit - Hockeytown - where he'll be joined by hundreds of friends from around the world to see his very first game. Along the way, he has the chance to do something truly unique, but we need your help.

H2H started as a collection among friends to bring a hockey-deprived fan, Herm, to see his favorite team in action. A plane ticket was bought, but there was money left over. And, thanks to the efforts of Bill Houlihan and a handful of his fellow bloggers, people continued to donate. The question of what to do with the funds was obvious, and the decision was unanimous.

Fact: For more than 120 years, parents have traveled from throughout the state of Michigan and beyond to seek advanced care for their children from the pediatric specialists at the Children's Hospital of Michigan. Your contributions towards H2H will help make a difference for those kids. That's because every penny of new money we raise will go directly to the Children's Hospital of Michigan's Child Life Program Fund.

March 26th. A day when Darren McCarty and his team gave hockey fans something they'd never forget. This year, join us in giving something back.

1. Read the Story 2. Give 'til it hurts3. Join us at the game

For less than the price of a cup of coffee...

$5. That's all it takes. It's a fast food lunch, minus the nausea.

PayPal demands a tracking pixel...? Seriously?

Because naked's just not your look.

I sent a Brazilian to 
Detroit and all I got was this t-shirt.

First you send the money. Then you get the clothing. Then you get the women.

Or the men.

Whatever. It's all good.

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Herm Meets Helm

Herm gets to meet Darren Helm after the 6-2 stompdown of the Minnesota Wild, and receives a stick, and gets his jersey signed.

Tyler's Safe for Work version. Fall in love all over again...