The grade 8 class at St. John Vianney School in East Windsor raised the funds to send the young hockey fans, who both have a genetic disorder, to the game. They raised more than $2,000 — enough to buy third-row tickets for boys and their dad and two Leafs jerseys — and presented the tickets to the brothers at an assembly yesterday.
The brothers jumped for joy in response to the "awesome" surprise gift.
"A little overwhelmed, impressed and full of emotions because this is such a big deal," Aiden and Conner's dad, Chris, told AM800 of the students' generosity, adding that his sons are huge Leafs fans.
"They are the biggest. To talk to them, almost any conversation will be interjected with some reference to the leafs and they are probably the biggest fans I know."
"They always bring us up when we're down. They do choir, all the sports teams; they're just amazing guys,"Read More »from Students at Windsor school send special needs brothers to Leafs game