Celebs Skate, but Fan Drives Off With the Prize

Jan 26, 2004  •  Post A Comment

Who was that masked fan? We know which stars participated in a charity hockey game Jan. 17 at the L.A. Kings practice facility in El Segundo, Calif., to benefit the Starlight Children’s Foundation. The celebs included “Alias” hunk Michael Vartan and “Dawson’s Creek’s” Joshua Jackson, who also hit the ice in “The Mighty Ducks,” Kiefer Sutherland, Paul Guilfoyle, Neal McDonough and producer David E. Kelley. Tom Arnold helped with commentary. However, it was a fan who stole the show when his name was chosen in a raffle for an audience challenge. He was called out on the ice, where he slapped a shot into a tiny goal, to the surprise of all. His prize is a three-year lease on a Lexus SUV, donated by Hole-in-One Insurance, which declined to name the lucky fan. No word on whether that includes the insurance.