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Breast Cancer Awareness Night

On Saturday, Oct. 26, the Chicago Wolves once again hosted Breast Cancer Awareness Night. 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.

thumb-climie-stickit-tshirtGoaltender Matt Climie“Stick It To Breast Cancer” shirts and pucks, autographed by right wing Mark Mancari and center Corey Locke, were available for a donation to support the cause. There are still a few "Stick It To Breast Cancer" T-shirts available. Contact Becky Jarosch at (847) 832-1954 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to purchase one.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

In addition to the “Stick It To Breast Cancer” gear, Wolves players used special pink sticks during warmups on October 26. Each stick was autographed by several players and available for a $150 donation, the cost of a mammogram for those who can’t afford one.  A special thanks to Heidenhain for matching every $150 donation in order to ensure more women have the opportunity to receive mammograms.

Proceeds benefited A Silver Lining Foundation and Chicago Wolves Charities.

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Chicago Wolves Go Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness: MyFoxCHICAGO.com


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