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Military Appreciation Night

Stay tuned for more information on the 2022-23 Military Appreciation Night. If you want to stay up to date on all things Bruins, sign up for the official Boston Bruins Newsletter HERE.

Seats for Soldiers:

Join the Boston Bruins players in donating tickets to local military members and their families.

Donate: If you already have tickets to Military Appreciation Night on Tuesday, January 4th vs. New Jersey Devils, you can donate your tickets by logging into Account Manager, clicking on "Manage Tickets," and selecting the January 4th game. 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.

To Purchase and Donate: Please contact Tina Zettel at 617-624-1810 or email: tanderson@bostonbruins.com.

 

Select photos will be featured in-game on November 12 vs. Florida Panthers

Upload your photos of service men and women showing their Bruins pride for the chance to be featured in an in-game video on Military Appreciation Night on Tuesday, November 12, when the Bruins take on the Florida Panthers at 7:00 p.m. at TD Garden. One submission will be selected to win two tickets to the game.

Fans are encouraged to share their military photos and appreciation with the hashtag #BruinsSalute on Twitter and Instagram for a chance to be included in-game during the night.

Upload Your Photos Here

Military Appreciation Products on Sale

Military items are available to purchase at the ProShop powered by '47 on the Hub On Causeway. The ProShop powered by '47 and Gameday ProShop stores offer 10% Off with a military ID at all times.

USO New England

For information regarding Military Appreciation Night tickets for active duty service members, please follow the USO New England Facebook Page for distribution updates - click HERE.

The USO is a nonprofit, congressionally chartered, private organization, which relies on the generosity of individuals, organizations, and corporations to support it's activities. The USO New England is not a part of the U.S. government, but is recognized by the Department of Defense, Congress and the President of the United States, who serves as Honorary Chairman of the USO.