There, fans will have the opportunity to skate on the Garden Ice, meet with Boston Bruins players and enjoy a tour of the B's locker room with proceeds to benefit the Boston Bruins Foundation.
"I think it’s a unique opportunity," said Boston Bruins Foundation Director of Development Bob Sweeney. "We’re trying to give some of our fans a different perspective...and get some face-to-face time with our current players and see where it all happens in the Bruins locker room."
Many New England hockey fans have dreamed of skating at TD Garden and this Sunday they'll have the chance to don their own Black & Gold and lace 'em up.
"Yeah, we’ve never had a skate on the ice before as an event," said Sweeney, a Concord, Mass. native who played 382 games for the Bruins. "Not many people do get the opportunity to skate on the ice."
And, of course, it's all for a great cause.
"As you know, we support all children’s charities throughout New England," said Sweeney. "We try to raise as much money every year, and this is...a new adventure so to speak, so we hope it goes well, and we hope the players and the fans enjoy it."
Information on group packages for Bruins Holiday Slice the Ice is available here
A limited number of individual tickets are now available and can be purchased by e-mailing Erin McEvoy