CALGARY, AlbertaForward His tough-guy personality is down on the ice.
What is real life like? Tkachuk has a soft side. Even when it comes down to the.
The Flames and Mike's social mediaChannels — All Season, Meeting Oilers Captain All other players that may be encountered along the way.They are locked in a heated second round The Oilers were fortunate to have a special fan for the journey. Ben Stelter, five years old, is bravely undergoing treatment to treat glioblastoma (a type of brain cancer). He has been supporting Edmonton via dad
Stetler uploaded a video of Tkachuk shooting with a nerfgun before the regular season matchup between Oilers and Flames.
Tkachuk did not see evidence of Stelter’s hostility until after Edmonton was dismantled by the Flames.In Game 1 on Wednesday, he was. It tickled Tkachuk so he sent a video message to Ben on Thursday, expressing support for Stetler's fight against cancer.
Tkachuk stated, “Hey Ben. I'm certain you're probably not the biggest fan” and added, “I could see by the video of the Nerf guns you shot at me. We are all cheering for you, Calgary.
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Tkachuk spoke out before Game 2 on Friday to explain why it was important for him to go above and beyond to show Ben his love.
“Stuff such as that is very dear to me. [because of]Tkachuk stated that he dealt with children in Calgary who are facing similar situations. “… “… [posting]Here's a picture. It's bigger than hockey. It doesn't really matter who you are rooting for. We cheer him on. He doesn't like [the Flames]It's all part of the game. We all think about him and his family, and he is a true fighter. We are following him everywhere he goes, whether he is at games or other similar events.
Stelter's family was grateful for Tkachuk’s message.
— Mike Stelter (@m_dan25) May 20, 2022