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Devils design Hockey Fights Cancer game-day poster

Fans can purchase artwork for $5 at Prudential Center

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The New Jersey Devils are hosting their Hockey Fights Cancer night Friday against the Chicago Blackhawks and showcasing the fight with their game-day poster.

Tweet from @NJDevils: #OneJerseyOneFight! Today's #HockeyFightsCancer Gameday Poster will be available for $5 at the Devils Den team store. �� pic.twitter.com/bbnvg3zB4M

Anthony Zych, junior art director for the Devils, designed the poster. He is dedicating it to his family members who were affected by the disease.

Tweet from @anthonyzych: #NJDevils #HockeyFightsCancer poster dedicated to my grandmother who fought, my dad who fought 2x & to all that have and continue to fight https://t.co/Tg6aWPMJi4

New Jersey's players are also joining the cause. Forwards Taylor Hall, Kyle Palmieri and Beau Bennett were among the Devils who promised to donate $1 for every retweet their pledge received on Twitter.

Tweet from @hallsy09: Support the @NJDevils #HockeyFightsCancer Night by retweeting this tweet! $1 will be donated for every retweet! #OneJerseyOneFight pic.twitter.com/hLwdUBc2CI

Tweet from @Blockaid1: We���re raising awareness for #HockeyFightsCancer. I���ll donate $1 for every retweet this tweet gets! #OneJerseyOneFight pic.twitter.com/CfINbjwMyu

Tweet from @kylepalmieri: Join our team and for every RT I will donate $1 to #HockeyFightsCancer! #OneJerseyOneFight pic.twitter.com/wr7NskmjoR

Tweet from @BeauBennett19: Help us raise awareness! I���ll be donating $1 for every RT this photo gets to #HockeyFightsCancer. #OneJerseyOneFight pic.twitter.com/AXKO2ViByu

Devils forward Vern Fiddler, who spent the past five seasons with the Dallas Stars, recognized Stars broadcaster Dave Strader, who has been battling cancer.

Tweet from @NJDevils: Vern Fiddler fights for @DallasStars broadcaster @TheVoiceDS on #HockeyFightsCancer Night. #OneJerseyOneFight pic.twitter.com/UfYjBAy2hD

Hockey Fights Cancer, an NHL initiative, runs through the end of October. The program has raised more than $16 million for hospitals, charities and research since 1998.

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