Chicago Wolves players wore exclusive St. Patrick’s Day jerseys, presented by Jewel-Osco, in March. Thank you to everyone who participated in the auctions and raffle!
These commemorative jerseys were available to own through a variety of initiatives with proceeds benefiting Easterseals and Chicago Wolves Charities, driven by Kia.
The Wolves are working with Easterseals to promote autism awareness. Easterseals is committed to the comprehensive health and wellness of Americans living with disabilities with outcomes-based services for all disabilities.
Wolves forwards Ryan Suzuki, Jack Drury and Stefan Noesen, defenseman Josh Jacobs, goalies Alex Lyon and Eetu Makiniemi and mascot Skates each wore a different jersey for each of the two games. Being issued multiple jerseys enabled the Wolves and their fans to maximize their support of Easterseals and their invaluable work.
These jerseys were available for auction and raffle in the following ways:
Jerseys for forwards Ryan Suzuki and Jack Drury, defenseman Josh Jacobs, goalies Alex Lyon, Eetu Makiniemi and Pyotr Kochetkov and mascot Skates were available in this blind auction, which took place at Allstate Arena during the games on March 6 and 13.
GOLDEN TICKET RAFFLE
One of forward Stefan Noesen’s St. Patrick’s Day jerseys was available via the Golden Ticket Raffle.