This event is in the past - Sun 21 Oct 2018
The Chicago Wolves will host their annual Breast Cancer Awareness Day at Allstate Arena to benefit A Silver Lining Foundation on Oct. 21 at 3 p.m.
PARKING IS FREE! Don't forget to wear pink!
The Chicago Wolves will host their annual Breast Cancer Awareness Day at Allstate Arena to benefit A Silver Lining Foundation on Oct. 21 at 3 p.m. Along with the team’s brand-new opening pyro/laser/light show with a new CGI animated video that debuted at their 25th season home opener, Carole Schiller - long-time supporter of A Silver Lining Foundation and breast cancer survivor - will drop the ceremonial puck at the start of the game against the Milwaukee Admirals.
Throughout the month of October, Wolves fans have the opportunity to honor a breast cancer survivor of their choice at the game by donating $175 - the cost of a mammogram for someone who cannot afford one - to obtain a one-of-a-kind Breast Cancer Survivor hockey stick. Each donation also includes two tickets to the Wolves game on Oct. 21.
Each fan that donates can select the Chicago Wolves player of their choice to write the name of the fan’s breast cancer survivor on the unique survivor stick that will be used by the player during the Oct. 21 game. Following the game, the fans will meet the player they chose for photo opportunities with their new hockey stick. The Chicago Wolves ask that all fans attending the game join the players and staff in wearing pink in a show of solidarity in the fight against breast cancer as well.
At the Oct. 21 game, the first 1,000 kids to arrive will receive a GameWorks gift card. Free face-painting, sign-making and caricature-drawing will be available on the concourse as well along with a postgame autograph session with Chicago Wolves players.
Parking is free at Allstate Arena for every Wolves game all season long courtesy of your Chicagoland and Northwest Indiana Kia dealers!
To learn more about the Chicago Wolves’ 25th anniversary season and to purchase tickets to a game, visit ChicagoWolves.com OR CALL 1-800-THE-WOLVES