Friday, October 29, 2010

Pink Powerplay Stick Auction Ends Saturday

This Saturday night as the Blazers face the visiting Seattle Thunderbirds, they will wrap up their Pink Power Play fundraising efforts to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

The lovely ladies with the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation will be continuing with their WestJet Raffle until the end of the 2nd period on Saturday. The winner will be announced during the 3rd period and will receive a Trip for 2 Anywhere that WestJet Flies.

Bid Sheets will be out for Saturday's game for the special edition breast cancer sticks and will end when the puck drops for the 2nd period.

If you can't be at the game to place a bid in person, please email your bid to For more information on the auction or to check current bids, visit the
Blazers' Website or the Blazers' Facebook Page.

Winning bidders who are in attendance will be presented with their sticks by the respective Blazers players at ice level following the game. Each player will sign their stick if the bidder chooses.

Current Bids
(as of Thursday, October 28th @ 5:00pm)

2 Tyler Hansen $150
3 Brandon Underwood $150
5 Linden Saip $150
6 Corey Fienhage "A" $150
9 Colin Smith $190
10 Chase Schaber "C" $165
11 Dylan Willick $285
12 Logan McVeigh $150
13 Ryan Hanes $150
16 Dalibor Bortnak $150
17 Jordan DePape "A" $150
18 Bernhard Keil $150
19 Brendan Ranford $300
22 JT Barnett $170
23 Austin Madaisky "A" $200
24 Josh Caron $220
25 Lyndon Martell $200
27 Bronson Maschmeyer "A" $150
28 Brady Gaudet $150
30 Jeff Bosch $150
31 Jon Groenheyde $150
34 JC Lipon $161
39 Chase Souto $300


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I have to say that I'm very disappointed with the decision to go with sticks to raise money this year. The jerseys last year were great, and seemed to raise a lot more money than what's being raised this year. Also, as a fan you can wear the jersey to the game, odds are you won't be waiving a stick in support. I hope plenty of money is raised for this great cause, but also hope that better decisions are made next year.