(Greater Sudbury, ON) The Sudbury Wolves are pleased to announce that the Northern Cancer Foundation will be the partner and beneficiary for the November 2nd, #HUNTINGFORACURE special jersey auction game versus the Erie Otters. This season, for the first time, the Wolves will be wearing special home jerseys with a Hunting Safety theme that will be sure to please. Featuring home white jersey’s with bright orange safety vests sublimated on, your Wolves will be highly visible on the ice as they hunt the Otter goalies as they look to light the lamp.
“We have had tremendous support from the community and are constantly looking to find novel ideas that relate to different people in our market,” said VP Marketing + Development Andrew Dale. “Cancer affects everyone and this year, with our Hunting theme, we thought this was a great way to highlight an important part of the Northern Lifestyle while at the same time recognizing the amazing work that the people at NCF do.”
“The Northern Cancer Foundation is truly honoured to partner with the Sudbury Wolves for this great event,” said Tannys Laughren, Executive Director of the Northern Cancer Foundation. “This will be a fantastic opportunity for attendees to watch great local hockey and support local cancer care at the same time. On behalf of the patients of the Northeast Cancer Centre, we say thank you from the bottom of our hearts.”
Before the Wolves don their first half feature jersey’s this season, the Wolves have 4 home games coming up in the next 2 weekend home stand. The Wolves face a pair of Central Division rivals, the Barrie Colts and the Niagara IceDogs this weekend on October 12th and 14th. Next weekend the Wolves Host the OHL Champion Hamilton Bulldogs on Friday October 19th before the first Saturday night game when the Kingston Frontenacs visit the Sudbury Arena on the 20th.
The Sudbury Wolves have been a member of the Ontario Hockey League since 1972 and are one of three teams in the SW Sports & Entertainment family along with the Sudbury Spartans and the Sudbury FIVE.
The Northern Cancer Foundation (NCF) will advance and make a difference in cancer outcomes and experience through the support of research and patient care in Northeastern Ontario. Every dollar donated stays in the region which enables the Northeast Cancer Centre to give patients the best care possible. Your Foundation for patient care and research in the North, for the North.