On Sunday, Oct. 21, the Chicago Wolves hosted Breast Cancer Awareness Day. The Wolves asked fans to join the coaches, players, and staff in wearing pink attire in a show of solidarity in the fight against this all-too-common disease.
Honor Your Breast Cancer Survivor!
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. A Wolves player of the fan’s choice wrote the name of the fan’s survivor on his stick and played with it against the Milwaukee Admirals. After the game, fans were able to meet the players who honored their survivors with their sticks and take professional portraits with them.