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In-Game Programs

Anaheim Ducks games are a great opportunity to feature local nonprofit organizations and highlight the needs in the community. Each season, the Ducks host a variety of activities at home games, including awareness nights for the NHL initiative Hockey Fights Cancer, Military Appreciation Night presented by Pacific Premier Bank, S.C.O.R.E. Night and CHOC Night. In addition, the Ducks hold toy drives throughout the month of December, a pet adoption event for OC Animal Care, as well as in-game Ducks memorabilia auctions to benefit the Anaheim Ducks Foundation and numerous other nonprofits.

Lucky Duck Sale

The Anaheim Ducks will host the Lucky Duck Sale at the first home game of each playoff round. Ducks fans can test their luck and take home a Ducks branded rubber duck with the possibility of winning an additional prize, including great Ducks memorabilia and merchandise! The Lucky Duck Sale rubber ducks will be available for purchase at Section 212 for $10 each and all proceeds will benefit the Anaheim Ducks Foundation.

PAST EVENTS

Anaheim Ducks Surprise Puck Sets

To support the Anaheim Ducks Foundation, the Ducks sold a commemorative series Surprise Puck Set featuring four limited edition Anaheim Ducks pucks. The fourth puck sale - inspired by Fan Appreciation Night - was sold in Section 212 at the home game on Tuesday, April 4.

Fans picked an individually wrapped puck at random and received either a Ducks player-autographed commemorative puck or - for 23 lucky fans - a surprise Ducks player-autographed orange puck. The lucky winners of the Surprise Puck Sale received an autographed jersey signed by the player who autographed their puck. In addition to the 23 lucky orange puck winners, there was also one grand prize winner. The fan that selected the SoCal Honda Dealers blue puck received a jersey off the back of a Ducks player after the game, courtesy of SoCal Honda Dealers.

OC Animal Care Night

At the March 26 home game against the New York Rangers, the Ducks hosted OC Animal Care Night to raise awareness for OC Animal Care, an open-admission animal shelter that provides temporary shelter and medical care for lost, owned or stray animals, and opportunities for the adoption of these animals.

Adoptable animals from OC Animal Care were on-hand for fans to interact with in the Hockey Spot. OC Animal Care also had an information booth in the Hockey Spot and collected new or gently used towels or blankets, pet toys or pet food to donate to the shelter animals. The Anaheim Ducks Foundation held a silent auction at Section 212 that evening with proceeds benefiting OC Animal Care.  

As part of the OC Animal Night activities, the Team Store featured Ducks merchandise for your pets and Cogs for Dog apparel. Ducks forward, Andrew Cogliano has taken his love of animals and created Cogs for Dogs, a program dedicated to raising awareness for the need for animal adoption and rescue at OC Animal Care. On OC Animal Care Night, each Cogs for Dogs apparel and headwear purchaser received an Andrew Cogliano autographed 5x7 Cogs for Dogs photo.

For more information on how you can support OC Animal Care, please visit, www.ocpetinfo.com.

CHOC Night

On Sunday, March 5, the Ducks and CHOC Children's hosted CHOC Night at Honda Center to help raise awareness and funds for the children's hospital, as the team took on the Vancouver Canucks. Fans had the opportunity to purchase limited edition Choco bears wearing player-autographed mini Ducks jerseys prior to the game at the South Entrance (located between the Anaheim Ducks Team Store and Standing O restaurant) along with special CHOC Night t-shirts.

Fans who attended the game or watched the Prime Ticket telecast were able to donate to CHOC Children's in a number of ways. Texting "CHOC" to "71777" allowed people to make donations to the hospital. Fans in attendance also had the opportunity to bid on silent auction items including team memorabilia and signed Choco bears. Proceeds from the evening's Anaheim Ducks Foundation 50/50 raffle benefited CHOC Children's and CHOC Children's at Mission Hospital.

Orange County Ronald McDonald House

For the second year, the Anaheim Ducks and Los Angeles Kings leveraged their rivalry and came together to raise funds for two great causes. Ducks and Kings players wore yellow warm-up jerseys on February 19 at Honda Center to raise awareness and funds for Orange County Ronald McDonald House.

On February 25 at STAPLES Center, Ducks and Kings players also wore special warm up jerseys that were auctioned off during the game. The auction will close on Friday, March 3.

Lady Ducks Ornament Auction and Sale

The Lady Ducks created one-of-a-kind holiday ornaments for each of the Ducks players that were auctioned at the December 9th home game against the San Jose Sharks at Section 212.

The Lady Ducks also sold a limited number of Anaheim Ducks Foundation commemorative holiday ornaments.

All proceeds benefited the Anaheim Ducks Foundation.

Military Appreciation Night presented by Pacific Premier Bank

Each season, the Anaheim Ducks honor United States military personnel and veterans through Military Appreciation Night at Honda Center. This special game night pays tribute to local military and their family members as well as raises awareness for local military nonprofit organization, United Heroes League.

Anaheim Ducks players will show their support by wearing camouflage Ducks jerseys during the pre-game warm up for Military Appreciation Night and following the game, the Ducks camouflage jerseys are autographed and made available for fans to bid on as part of the Ducks online auction at www.anaheimducks.com/auction.

The game night also includes members of the Military and their families from United Heroes League taking part in the evening's in-game activities such as the National Anthem, Color Guard, Honorary Puck Drop, Honorary Duck, Stick Boy, Honorary Power Player, Blue Line Skaters and the Community Hero Award.

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