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Kings AHL team turns rink pink for breast-cancer awareness night

Ontario Reign hosts fifth-annual event during game against Tucson

by Pat Pickens @Pat_Pickens / NHL.com Staff Writer

Go pink or go home.

The Ontario Reign found a beautiful and unique was to support of breast cancer awareness by turning their ice pink on Saturday.

The Los Angeles Kings American Hockey League affiliate again turned their ice pink for the fifth-annual Pink in the Rink night for breast-cancer awareness against Tucson.

Instagram from @ontarioreignhockey: Pink Rink

The Reign have been turning their ice pink since 2016, their inaugural promotion. Each player sported special pink and gray jerseys, which the team auctioned off on their website with proceeds going to the Hope Reigns Foundation and the Women's Breast & Imaging Center at San Antonio Regional Hospital.

Kingston, the team's snow leopard mascot, even got one

Instagram from @kingstonreign: Pink

The first 3,500 fans in attendance received pink blankets, and fans could purchase special pink-ribbon hats.

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