VEGAS (November 7, 2017) - Vegas Golden Knights President Kerry Bubolz announced today, November 7, that the team will host Military Appreciation/Remembrance Day on Friday, November 10, when the Golden Knights face the Winnipeg Jets at 7:30 p.m. PT at T-Mobile Arena.
The Golden Knights will wear specialty camouflage jerseys during warmups, with select jerseys being auctioned off on the concourse and all proceeds benefitting the Vegas Golden Knights Foundation and Folded Flag Foundation.
In addition, all fans in attendance will receive a military coin giveaway and military-themed program poster. The proceeds of the VGK Foundation 51/49 Raffle that night will benefit the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department and military support initiatives.
Current and past military members will also be honored throughout the night in recognition of their service.
Remembrance Day is an annual holiday in Canada recognizing those who have served and continue to serve their country.
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