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Senators show off 'Sens Sickos' fan cutouts for home games

Team offering cartoon versions for sale on official website

by Pat Pickens @Pat_Pickens / NHL.com Staff Writer

Ottawa Senators fans may not be allowed at Canadian Tire Centre just yet, but the Sens Sickos are already out in full force.

The team recently offered fans the option to purchase cartoon-face cutouts that a will be displayed in the lower bowl for home games.

Senators fans have dubbed themselves the "Sens Sickos" and borrowed the often-memed cartoon created by artist Ward Sutton, better known under the alias Stan Kelly who created the drawings for The Onion.

Ottawa began accepting Sicko-style cutout submissions Wednesday and now offer it as an option on its official cutout website.

Sutton has gotten wind of the Sens Sickos campaign and has given it his stamp of approval, according to the team.

Tweet from @Senators: Hey #Sens fans, we spoke to @KartoonistKelly, the creator of the original art that inspired #senssickos and he���s loving what you���re doing with it and the fact that it���s helping a great cause @CanadasLifeline #teamwork #rallycrySHOW YOUR SUPPORT: https://t.co/V1SlSofP26 pic.twitter.com/8J6xjoaqQo

As an added incentive, the Senators are donating proceeds of Sickos sales to Canadian Blood Services to pay homage to Brian Fraser, a Senators fan who died of leukemia Feb. 26, as well as the Senators Community Foundation in support of mental health initiatives.

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