Help support breast cancer awareness with the Ottawa Ice and Gloucester Devils on November 2.

In keeping with tradition, the November 2nd National Ringette League match-up between the Ottawa Ice and Gloucester Devils is going to be a BREAST CANCER AWARENESS GAME. Over the past 5 years, fans have helped raise over $8000 for the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. Join us this year as we continue to raise awareness about this disease and pay tribute to individuals and families affected by breast cancer.

This year, we are excited to announce that all proceeds from the game will be donated to Ottawa’s new Breast Health Centre. All funds raised will help our own mothers, daughters, sisters and friends as they courageously face breast cancer.

The event, which promises to be an exciting match-up against the Devils, will also feature music, a bake sale, and breast cancer merchandise. The hosting Ottawa Ice team would love your support to make this event a huge success once again this year! Ringette players, family and friends from across the region are invited to attend the game and cheer on the two Eastern Ontario NRL teams. Following the game, players are invited to meet the teams, including Team Canada members from both squads: Jenna McBride, Jayme Simzer, Jennifer Hartley, Colleen Hagan, Kaitlyn & Kelsey Youldon, and Jasmine LeBlanc.

Game details:
Ottawa Ice Breast Cancer Awareness Game
Sunday, November 2 at 11:00am
Jim Durrell, Peplinski Arena, 1265 Walkley Road
$5 Adult Admission
$2 Children & Ringette Players

Together we can make a difference! Show your support – join us!