Pink in the Rink game raises awareness for breast cancer

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - Breast cancer survivors and those currently battling cancer will be honored at the Stampede Game Saturday night before the puck drops. The ice will be painted pink to raise awareness for breast cancer.

The team will take on Fargo Force at 7:05 PM Saturday at the Denny Sanford PREMIER Center. You can purchase tickets to the game here.

There are quite a few special things going on that night for Pink in the Rink. The first 500 adults in the door will receive a free Stampede beanie.The players will wear special pink jerseys for the game as well. Fans can purchase raffle tickets during the game for a chance to win one of those jerseys. Whoever wins gets to meet the player who was wearing the jersey they won on the ice right after the game. Special t-shirts will even be available for purchase. All of the proceeds from the raffle and t-shirt sales will go to the American Cancer Society.

Fans are encouraged to bring their skates to skate on the ice with the players right after the game. A special moment during the 1st period is when fans will be able to hold up signs that will be given to them. They can fill out who they pay tribute to, whether it's someone who is fighting breast cancer or has died from the disease.