Pink will be in the rink in the Detroit suburb of Brownstown this Saturday.
Detroit Fighting Irish of the Midwest Jr. Hockey League will play host to its annual breast cancer awareness benefit game on Saturday afternoon at the Ice Box Sports Center.
The visiting Alpena Flyers will provide the opposition. Game time is 3:10 p.m. at the Ice Box.
The Fighting Irish is urging all of its fans, friends and family members to attend the game in support of breast cancer awareness.
Pre-game festivities will take place at Moose Macgregor’s Pub and Cafe, which is located right next to the Ice Box Sports Center on Telegraph Rd. in Brownstown.
For the game against Alpena, the Fighting Irish will wear specially-designed pink jerseys in support of breast cancer awareness.
The game-worn pink jerseys will then be available via silent auction on the Fighting Irish website beginning this Saturday and on through until midnight on November 24.
Fans and supporters of the Fighting Irish will be able to place a bid on their favourite player’s jersey with a majority of the proceeds to be donated to the American Cancer Society.
The team website can be accessed via detroitfightingirish.com.
The Fighting Irish takes a win-loss record of 4-1 into play this weekend.
PHOTO: Fighting Irish captain James Smith sports the pink jersey that he will wear at Saturday’s home game.