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Breast Cancer Awareness Night

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.

Proceeds from this year’s game benefited A Silver Lining Foundation and Chicago Wolves Charities, driven by Kia.

Thank you for your support!