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ST. LOUIS - The St. Louis Blues will host their annual Hockey Fights Cancer Night on Nov. 1 when they meet the Columbus Blue Jackets at Enterprise Center.
Fans can purchase a Hockey Fights Cancer theme ticket for the game, and $5 of the ticket purchase will benefit Siteman Cancer Center. Fans who purchase a theme night ticket will receive a beanie featuring a Blue Note that represents different types of cancer awareness.
Players will wear Hockey Fights Cancer jerseys during warm-ups, which will be auctioned online at blues.givesmart.com. In addition, fans can fill out and display an "I Fight For..." card, which will be available around the concourse to honor those who have battled or are battling cancer. "I Fight For..." signs will be displayed during a special Hockey Fights Cancer pregame show at 7 p.m.
Throughout the night, patients at St. Louis Children's Hospital will get a unique gameday experience as they read the starting lineup with PA announcer Tom Calhoun, join John Kelly and Chris Kerber in the broadcast booth and more.
Hockey Fights Cancer efforts will benefit Siteman Cancer Center, the American Cancer Society, Friends of Kids with Cancer, The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and The National Children's Cancer Society
The Hockey Fights Cancer efforts won't stop with the Nov. 1 game. Here are some of the other ways the Blues are supporting the League-wide initiative during the month of November:
Monday, Nov. 11 - Friends of Kids with Cancer Fashion Show
Blues players walk the fashion show runway alongside patient models of Friends of Kids with Cancer to display new fashions and help provide patients with a sense of normalcy.
Wednesday, Nov. 13 - Flashes of Hope
Louie and the Blue Crew will head to St. Louis Children's Hospital for a photoshoot with patients from the hospital, where make-up artists help the children look - and feel - amazing for the day.
Saturday, Nov. 16 vs. Anaheim - Spread Ari's Light
A League-wide Hockey Fights Cancer moment of silence will take place before puck drop. The Blues will remember Ari Dougan with a pregame #SpreadArisLight moment. In addition, fans can sign up for the Be The Match registry at the game.