The Chicago Wolves celebrated their annual Breast Cancer Awareness Night on Saturday, Oct. 23. Wolves fans who attended the game joined the coaches, players and staff in wearing pink in a show of solidarity in the fight against breast cancer.
Fans also had the opportunity to honor a breast cancer survivor of their choice by donating $175 (the cost of a mammogram for someone who can’t afford one) to obtain a one-of-a-kind Breast Cancer stick. Fans also got to choose the Wolves player who used the stick during Chicago’s 6-1 victory over Milwaukee on Oct. 23. Before going on the ice, the Wolves player wrote the breast cancer survivor’s name on the stick. Each fan received their personalized game-used stick, as well as a special video greeting from their player.
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