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Cigna donates $100,000 to Hockey Fights Cancer

Represents dollar-for-dollar match of fan support and every save made during 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs @NHLdotcom

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Cigna donates $100,000 to Hockey Fights Cancer

Cigna, health insurance partner of the NHL, donates $100,000 to Hockey Fights Cancer at the 2017 NHL Humanitarian Awards

  • 04:18 •

The Cigna Foundation donated $100,000 to the National Hockey League Foundation on Tuesday in support of Hockey Fights Cancer™ as part of the NHL's ongoing effort to support and raise awareness for national and local organizations involved in cancer care and research.

Cigna's donation, made during the NHL's Humanitarian Awards in Las Vegas, represents a dollar-for-dollar match of fan donations online of $25 or more in respect of the Hockey Fights Cancer program, and $1 for every save made during the 2016-17 season, including the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs and Stanley Cup Final, up to $100,000.

To date, through the Hockey Fights Cancer initiative, the NHL's U.S. and Canadian charitable foundations, NHL supporters and fans have donated $18 million to support national and local cancer research institutions, children's hospitals, player charities and local cancer organizations.

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