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Ducks Set to Host Hockey Fights Cancer Night This Sunday at Honda Center

by Staff Writer / Anaheim Ducks

The Ducks will host Hockey Fights Cancer (HFC) Night presented by Loma Linda University Health on Sunday, Oct. 18 at Honda Center (vs. Minnesota, 5:00 p.m.). Joining a month-long, league-wide initiative, the Ducks celebrate Hockey Fights Cancer Night to raise awareness for the Loma Linda University Cancer Center (LLUCC). The interactive evening will encourage fan participation in a variety of ways including the creation of “I Fight For” cards recognizing loved ones affected by cancer.

With lavender serving as the official HFC color (representing awareness for all types of cancers), Ducks players will have lavender HFC decals affixed to their helmets throughout the month. For Sunday’s contest, the first 3,000 fans to enter Honda Center will receive lavender HFC ribbons to wear for the game. In addition, Ducks coaches, broadcasters and executives will sport lavender HFC ties in recognition of the evening. Ducks fans will have the opportunity to fill out “I Fight For” cards to honor those that have battled the fight against cancer during our Moment of Recognition. The cards will be available at the South Entrance and on the Main Concourse of Honda Center.

The Anaheim Ducks Foundation will be selling limited-edition Anaheim Ducks player autographed Hockey Fights Cancer mini sticks in support of Loma Linda University Cancer Center. Mini Sticks will cost $20 each and will be sold in the Hockey Spot starting at 3:00 pm. Sticks will be sold on a first come, first served basis. Don’t miss your chance to help in the fight against cancer and support the Loma Linda University Cancer Center.

Fans can also contribute to HFC Night by participating in the in-game auction featuring Ducks memorabilia, as well as an online auction of Ducks game-used player autographed sticks wrapped in lavender tape. To place a bid on the online auction, please visit

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