community programs

 

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Pink Rink Night

Sunday, January 31st vs. Norfolk - 3pm

For the fourth straight year, the Bridgeport Sound Tigers are joining forces with various organizations to support Breast Cancer Awareness. There will be a special ceremony honoring all survivors in attendance. A portion of the proceeds from the game with go towards Mary Kay Ashe Foundation, American Cancer Society, Breast Cancer Networks of Strength, Susan G. Komen Foundation and Whittingham Cancer Research Foundation. These recognized organizations will also have kiosks where fans will have the opportunity to gain an understanding about the impact of Breast Cancer.

 

 

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Youth Hockey Shootout

Saturday, February 20th vs. Abbotsford - 7pm

The Sound Tigers have teamed up with local organizations to sponsor the 4th Annual Youth Hockey Shootout. The event will begin with regional events in local rinks and culminate with the semis and finals at the Arena in between periods of a Sound Tigers game. Winners of each age group will receive a trophy and bragging rights as the most skilled youth player in the state. Registration for the shootout also includes one free ticket to the game. Partners that help bring this event together include: All Awards, Stamford Twin Rinks, Terry Connors Rink, Ebersol Rink, The Rinks at Shelton, Danbury Arena, West Haven Rink and Milford Ice Pavilion.

 



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St. Baldrick's Foundation -- Team brent

Saturday March 6th vs. Providence - 7pm

The Sound Tigers have once again teamed up with Team Brent to support the St Baldrick's Foundation for childhood cancer research. This all day event will include a pre-game skate, head shavings throughout the day and a special pre-game ceremony to honor St. Baldrick's, Team Brent and the fight against Childhood Cancer.

 

 

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Autism Awareness Night

Sunday, April 11th vs. Hartford - 3pm

For the fourth straight year, the Sound Tigers are joining forces with several local organizations to support Autism Awareness. A portion of the proceeds will go towards Cooperative Educational Services, Autism Speaks and Athletes Against Autism, CT Storm Special Hockey and Westchester Foundation for Autism and Stamford Education for Autism. The recognized Autism organizations will also have kiosks where fans will have the opportunity to learn about the effects and impacts of Autism.