The Boston Bruins will be hosting Hockey Fights Cancer Night presented by Lahey Health on October 25 vs. the Philadelphia Flyers. The team will wear customized lavender Hockey Fights Cancer jerseys during their pregame skate in support of those affected by cancer. Lavender represents awareness for all forms of cancer.
Hockey Fights Cancer is an initiative founded in December 1998 by the National Hockey League and the National Hockey League Players' Association to raise money and awareness for hockey's most important fight.
Boston Bruins fans attending the game will have the opportunity to personalize "I Fight For" cards prior to the start of the game and leading up to the first intermission.
The cards will be available HERE, at turnstiles, the Community Relations table at Loge 4, and at various tables located on the Loge and Balcony concourses. Fans will be invited to display their "I Fight For" cards during a Moment of Recognition in the second period.
The hockey community is a family. And, like most families, we all know someone who has been affected by cancer. Join the Boston Bruins family and download your own 'I Fight For' sign.
If you already have tickets to Hockey Fights Cancer Night, you can donate tickets to local cancer patients and families for their chance to attend the game. To donate your tickets, login to Account Manager, click on "Manage Tickets," and select the October 25th game vs. Philadelphia. Once the tickets have been selected, click on the "..." in the upper right hand corner to access the "Donate" function, then select which seats you would like to contribute to this initiative.
Purchase to donate, please call the groups sales line at 617-624-1805 and let the sales representative know that you would like to donate the tickets for this initiative.
Nominate a caregiver who has helped in the fight against cancer and they could win four tickets to Hockey Fights Cancer Night presented by Lahey Health.
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