The Colorado Avalanche will host its fifth annual “Military Appreciation Day,” presented by Avaya, on Saturday, March 5, against the Nashville Predators at Pepsi Center. Game time is at 1 p.m. MT.
Below is a list of some of the things taking place:
CAMOUFLAGE JERSEY AUCTION
Avalanche players will wear special camouflage jerseys during warmup that will be auctioned off online at auctions.nhl.com/avalanche starting on Monday, March 7. Proceeds benefit Kroenke Sports Charities, which supports numerous agencies including various military organizations.
The Avalanche will have a number of ceremonies surrounding “Military Appreciation Day,” which includes a special pregame event where every branch of the United States military will be acknowledged. Veterans will also be recognized throughout the game.
- Upper Level center/corner: $24 (usually $41 - $59)
- Lower Level end/corner: $52 (usually $103 - $116)
- Club Level end/corner: $62 (usually $95 - $103)
- Lower Level center: $92 (usually $123)
*$2 of each ticket sold goes directly back to the military organization of your choice*
Click here to order tickets.
As part of the Avalanche Community Pride ticket donation program, Gabriel Landeskog, Tyson Barrie, Matt Duchene, Nick Holden and Brad Stuart will be purchasing and donating tickets for military organizations that day. Avalanche season ticket holders are also able to donate their tickets for military personnel here.
Altitude Authentics, the official team store of the Avalanche, will offer 15 percent off all regular-priced items for military personnel and their families. Please present Military ID to cashier. This offer is valid during the March 5 game only.