Morgan Rielly, the Toronto Maple Leafs defenceman, is leveraging his influence for a meaningful initiative. The defenseman revealed his collaboration with the well-known brand Peace Collective, unveiling a fresh apparel collection.
The proceeds from this collection will be directed towards supporting the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health. “I have always wanted to team up with Peace Collective. This collection comes from the heart and aims to empower everyone to be uniquely themselves. A portion of proceeds will be donated to CAMH to continue raising funds and awareness for important mental health initiatives,” Rielly said in a statement.
Morgan Rielly has been a staunch supporter of LGBTQIA+ and mental health campaigns. The Maple Leafs drafted the D-Man fifth overall in the 2012 NHL Entry Draft. He has played 739 games for the Leafs since his debut in 2013 v Ottawa Senators. Rielly has scored 430 points, 76 goals, and 354 assists.
Rielly has the ninth-most goals amongst the Maple Leafs and is the first in active players. He also leads the most career assists for the Maple Leafs amongst the active players.
The Maple Leafs are currently fourth in the Atlantic Division with 25 points (11-6-3) from 20 games. They defeated the Panthers yesterday in a shootout after the teams remained 1-1.