Charity hockey game held at Barclays Center

A group of hockey players took to the rink at the Barclays Center for a good cause.



A Hockey Helping Kids game was held Tuesday by the charity arm of Commvault, a New Jersey-based technology company.



For the past 17 years, the organization has raised more than $1 million for children's charities.



After the game, a hockey memorabilia auction was held, with the money raised benefiting the Long Island chapter of Autism Speaks.



Organizers said they hoped to raise $25,000 from Tuesday's event.


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