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Devils host 'Go Red Day' with RWJBarnabas & American Heart Association

New Jersey will participate in 'Go Red Day' on Sunday, February 10 against the Carolina Hurricanes

by New Jersey Devils @NJDevils /

Newark, NJ (February 8, 2019) - The New Jersey Devils will participate in 'Go Red Day' this Sunday, February 10, 2019 at 3:00 pm when they host the Carolina Hurricanes at Prudential Center. 

'Go Red Day' raises awareness for cardiovascular disease in women's health. In support of this special cause, Prudential Center's Investors Bank Tower and Ford Tower will turn red and in-game programming and on-concourse activations will serve to educate and support awareness for cardiovascular disease.

The Devils' coaching /hockey operations staff, Devils' and MSG broadcasters encourage fans to join them in wearing red to support the awareness of heart disease.

The hero of the game, an adult heart transplant recipient from Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, a RWJBarnabas Health Facility, will be recognized during the game. Throughout the night, facts and information about heart disease and health will be presented. RWJBarnabas Health ambassadors will educate fans on advanced heart failure, transplant and LVAD (artificial heart) transplants via demonstrations with an artificial heart on the main concourse.

500 "Mystery Pucks," priced at $25, signed by current Devils players will be sold behind section 17 during the game. All "Mystery Pucks" and 50/50 raffle proceeds will benefit RWJBarnabas Health Foundation to support cardiac care, innovative technology, youth education, and investments to expand access to New Jersey's largest network of heart hospitals.

MSG and Devils Hockey Network will interview leading executives from RWJBarnabas Health and American Heart Association during the first and second intermissions of the game.

Fanatics is offering a special discount for 40% off men and women's red quarter zip jackets at the Devils Den team store on Feb. 10, while supplies last.

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