BOSTON, MA - On Saturday, March 5 the Boston Bruins and Mass Lottery will hold the second "Mass Lottery On-Ice Challenge" of the 2010-11 Bruins season during the second intermission of the Bruins/Penguins game.
James Leonard of Bellingham, MA will choose one of 30 oversized Mass Lottery tickets, which will be placed on the ice. Of the 30 tickets placed on the ice, 29 of those tickets will be worth $100,000 and one grand prize ticket will be worth $250,000. Leonard will be joined on the ice by Bruins President Cam Neely and Mass Lottery Executive Director Paul Sternburg.
James won the opportunity to participate in the "Mass Lottery On-Ice Challenge" by entering the Mass Lottery Bruins Instant Game Second Chance Drawing. This is the second of five Second Chance On-Ice Challenges where fans will have the chance to win $100,000 or $250,000. The first contestant, William Thomas of Boston, won $100,000 on January 13 at the Bruins/Flyers game.
Mass Lottery Bruins $5 Instant Game tickets are available throughout Massachusetts. Last year, the Massachusetts State Lottery distributed over $898 million in Direct Local Aid to cities and towns of the Commonwealth as a result of lottery ticket sales.