The Blackfalds Wranglers defeated the Ponoka Stampeders 11-4 during Hockey Night 4 Murph last night.

The Wranglers donated proceeds to the Murphy family from Lacombe.

Cobyn Murphy suffered a serious spinal cord injury while mountain biking last summer, and is still recovering in a Calgary hospital.

General Manager Jesse Cheetham says it was the players who came forward with the idea.

"We've always tried to do a lot in the community that's outside of hockey. We have a lot of people that have played with, or grew up with the Murphy family and with Cobyn. So the players brought it to us, and we pushed forward with it because we thought it was a great idea."

Cheetham says thanks to funding from the Gord Bamford Foundation, making it possible to hold fundraisers like this.

"The sponsorship that they've given us, is to do events like this for kids and the community so that allows us to host events like this. The combination of that, our players pushing for it, and actually having the funding in this economy, those two things allow us to say absolutely we'd love to help."

Thanks to proceeds from tickets, the 50/50, and #4Murph stickers seen above, the Wranglers were able to raise just over $1000 to help the Murphy family.