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Hockey On Yawkey

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Hockey On Yawkey

For 10 years, thousands of Bostonians have laced their skates and hit the ice with StinkySocks Hockey, the region’s premiere adult hockey league. You’ve shown up, you’ve shot, you’ve scored, you’ve cheered – and now, it’s time to pay it forward. In celebration of StinkySocks’ 10th Anniversary, Fenway Park is being transformed into a winter wonderland for the Hockey on Yawkey Benefit in support of the Bruins Foundation and Good Sports.

On January 13 more than 450 attendees will enjoy live music, delicious Fenway-inspired food, and fantastic auction items – all overlooking live StinkySocks games on the ice at Fenway Park. This event is from 8 pm until midnight. There is a VIP Golden Hour ticket starting at $50 for a 7 to 8 pm special hour, which is enough to get one kid in the game who otherwise might not have the opportunity to do so. Your ticket to the event includes a night of live entertainment by 80’s cover band Fast Times and others, special appearances, raffle and silent auction items, a beautiful aerial view of live games on the ice at Fenway Park and more!

Get a full hockey line of kids in the game by purchasing a Gold ticket for just $150! Gold ticket holders will get access to the exclusive Gold portion of the event with the opportunity to mingle with the likes of the Boston Bruins Alumni, anthem singer Rene Rancourt, and other special guests, all while enjoying delicious drinks, h’orderves, and a live acoustic performance.

All proceeds will benefit the Bruins Foundation and Good Sports to give underprivileged children the opportunity to get in the game. Good Sports focuses on the needs of individual youth programs in the New England area to offset the main factors that are causing the greatest challenges for sports participation. Your donation will enable programs to increase the quality and quantity of vital equipment, lower participation fees, and increase the total number of kids that are active.