Game times have been set for when Flames alumni Mason Raymond, Cory Sarich and Brent Krahn will be hitting the ice in this weekend's 15th Annual Kimmett Cup.

The trio of former NHLers will be playing with teams from 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. on Feb. 10 in the charity tournament, which honours the memory of Lindsay Leigh Kimmett.

The night before, games of the three-on-three charity tournament get underway at 6 p.m. at Mitford Pond. They continue Saturday at both Mitford Pond and in Totem Two of the SLS Centre from 8 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. A wrap up party follows at Half Hitch Brewing Company from 5 p.m. to closing.

The online silent auction is now live with 100 great items up for grabs, and closes on Feb. 11 at 2 p.m. To place your bids, visit here.

A 50/50 online raffle has begun and it's an opportunity to split a pot of up to $20,000. You can purchase tickets until Feb. 29.

Organizers have set a fundraising goal of $150,000. Money raised will go to support the Helping Hands Society of Cochrane & Area, Helping Families Handle Cancer and the Alberta Children's Hospital Foundation.

kimmett cupScott Erven and Jason Baserman hold the Shot Stick awarded to the runner-up. It features a series of smaller trophy attached to the very stick of Lindsay Leigh Kimmett. (file photo)

A total of 45 teams are playing in this year's tournament in four categories, ranging from competitive to fun.

The tournament’s goal to raise funds for our beneficiaries but organizers say it's mostly to bring the community together to celebrate Lindsay, and the game of hockey. Over the years, players of all abilities have continued to enjoy this quintessential Canadian charity event, from beginners to three-generation family teams to business and service club sponsored teams to highly competitive entrants.

The Kimmett Cup has raised over $2 million for charity and has become an annual celebration embraced by the entire community.