Originally posted on Metro News:
A day that started with another round of chemotherapy for a seven-year-old Neepawa girl Tuesday couldn’t have ended better for her and her family.
Alyx Delaloye has been coming to Winnipeg weekly for what’s expected to be more than two years of treatment since being diagnosed with leukemia in July.
This week’s trip was already looking brighter after the Winnipeg Jets invited the family to watch Tuesday’s game against the Dallas Stars following Alyx’s appointments.
But the day got even better when Alyx got on the Jumbotron.
“We knew everyone was cheering for Alyx, but we didn’t know she got a standing ovation and we didn’t know the teams were clapping and banging their sticks on the ice because we were busy watching the Jumbotron,” laughed Alyx’s mom Jody of the experience, which has since spread like wildfire on social media. “We were super excited just to be going to…
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