The Puck Stops Here

The Puck Stops Here

Is Schilling in Shape?

(Phoenix Coyotes Photo / Norm Hall)

Is Schilling in Shape?
('Dome Belly' Missing in Action)

World Series hero Curt Schilling and his wife, melanoma survivor Shonda Schilling, dropped the ceremonial first puck at the Coyotes game on Sunday, January 8 at Glendale Arena in Phoenix. The Schillings were on hand to help promote the SHADE Foundation, their charitable foundation for skin cancer awareness and prevention. The game has been designated “Skin Cancer Awareness Night with the Coyotes,” and some ticket proceeds were donated to the foundation.

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The "Curt’s Pitch for ALS" program is a joint effort by Curt and Shonda Schilling and The ALS Association Mass Chapter to strike out Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease.

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