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CRYSTAL PUCK AWARD
A BIG CONGRATULATIONS TO
TEDDY BEAR NIGHT
Get those Teddy Bear's ready to toss when Stratford scores! Teddy Bear Night is Friday, November 21st... the first 500 fans who bring a Teddy Bear to the game receive a FREE PASS to any home game during the 2014- 2015 season, compliments of the Stratford Hockey Club, and the first 300 fans with a Teddy Bear receive a FREE BOX OF POPCORN, compliments of the Kinsmen Club. Special thanks to Stratford Motor Products who support this event and provide vehicles to help in the on-ice collection.
Donated Teddy Bears are distributed through the Children’s Aid Society and other community groups who serve the children of our community.
HOCKEY FOR HUNGER
GIVING BACK TO OUR FANS
Former Stratford resident, Tim Roth, is a true Culliton fan. Even though he now lives in Kitchener, he is still an avid supporter and follows the team on CJCS Radio and in the local newspapers. Last month arrangements were made to bring Tim to the Allman Arena to watch a match up between the Stratford Cullitons and the Kitchener Dutchmen. Prior to the game, Tim was invited into the dressing room where he met the players and received an autographed game jersey. It made everyone's day as you can tell by the smiles — and when the players high-fived Tim on their way to the ice, Tim's smile grew even larger! Thank you Tim for being a dedicated long-term fan and thank you Cullitons for supporting your fans!
RECENT FUNDRAISING EFFORTS
Below, Stratford Culliton players sign their pink jerseys that were auctioned off Friday, October 17 during the second and third periods. The "Pink in the Rink" campaign raised $2,145 for the Cancer Society. Additionally, $1,100 was raised by "passing the bucket" in the stands that same night with proceeds going to the United Way. The Stratford Hockey Club would like to thank all their fans for supporting these fundraisers.
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BEIBER IS A FAN
Justin Bieber unveiled his new inking to fans on his Instagram page
He said: "My grandfather always took me to the stratford culliton every friday night this is for u Grampa."