Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, people have found numerous ways to cheer others up. 

Former La Ronge Ice Wolves forward and current Kindersley Klipper Boston Maxwell decided to host a concert on his street in Saskatoon. 

“My dad had the idea and I’m really big into playing guitar now, I really enjoy it, so my sister and I decided that we would have a concert on our driveway,” said Maxwell. 

“We had all the neighbours out and a couple friends drove. We just social distanced, played a couple of songs just to gain some community and have everyone together, a way to just kind of fight and flatten the curve.” 

Maxwell says he would like to put on another show in the future. 

“Hopefully we can do that again, eventually a little bigger if we are able to,” said Maxwell. “It’s just nice to be able to do something like that with people that we know.” 

Maxwell started the 2019-20 season with the La Ronge Ice Wolves before he was moved to the Kindersley Klippers in a blockbuster deal this past season. 

(PHOTO: Boston Maxwell recently hosted a concert with his sister in Saskatoon. Photo submitted by Boston Maxwell.)