BISMARCK, ND – The Bismarck Bobcats are pleased to announce that the franchise raised over $5,000 for cancer awareness and research thanks to their Tough Enough to Wear Pink event in conjunction with the American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life at the VFW Sports Center.
The team raised the money with the jersey auction held after the event, which was the fourth annual installment of Tough Enough to Play in Pink night.
“We are so grateful to our fans and sponsors who helped us help the community,” said Bobcats team owner Thom Brigl. “Bobcat Hockey is very proud to have helped the community by raising over $275,000 for charitable organizations over the past eight seasons.”
For Tough Enough to Wear Pink night, the Bobcats took on the Owatonna Express in front of a sellout crowd at the VFW Sports Center, shutting out the Express 4-0 behind 24 saves from Jake Williams.
The victory marked the ‘Cats first win in four tries on Pink Night.
“While the victories on the ice are always important, we always consider partnering up with worthy charities like Relay For Life to be a big win for Bobcat Hockey,” added Brigl.
The Bobcats return to game action Friday night with a 7:15 PM game against their archrival, the North Iowa Outlaws at the VFW Sports Center.
Friday’s game will be broadcast locally on the radio home of Bobcat Hockey, Super Talk 1270, KLXX-AM, and worldwide at BismarckBobcats.com via B2 Networks. The pre-game show starts at 6:45 PM.
You won\’t want to miss any of the games this season, so order your Season Tickets, Family Packs and Group Nights today by calling the Bobcat Hockey Office at 701-222-3300 or by e-mailing the office for more information at email@example.com.