Manon Rheaume, the first woman to play in the NHL, will have a working relationship with the Port Huron Icehawks of the International Hockey League, including suiting up for a preseason game on Oct. 10.
Rheaume, who played goalie for one game for the Lightning in 1992, will participate in Port Huron's training camp from Oct. 6-9 before dressing for the game against Flint.
Rheaume also played for the Canadian Olympic team in 1998 in route to a silver medal.
She now lives in Northville and has her own foundation to help expose hockey to girls and families.
Tickets are $5 for te Oct. 10 game at McMorran Arena in Port Huron. The first 500 fans will get a Manon Rheaume poster.