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Binghamton Devils To Host “Slap Shot” Weekend

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BINGHAMTON –​​ The Binghamton Devils announced the team will be honoring the movie “Slap Shot” by becoming the Broome County Blades, a team depicted in the movie, on January 31 against Providence and February 1 against Rochester.
During Slap Shot weekend, the Devils will wear Broome County Blades specialty jerseys and fans will have the opportunity to meet Dave “Killer” Carlson (played by Jerry Houser) at the game. Following the match against Rochester, the jerseys will be auctioned off with proceeds benefitting Sock Out Cancer.
“Sock Out Cancer is very pleased to partner again this year with the Binghamton Devils to help assist cancer patients in our area,” said Bruce Boyea, Chairman, President & CEO of Security Mutual Life Insurance Co. “All proceeds raised from the sale of the jerseys for the weekend will be split between the Foundations at Lourdes and UHS.”
The Devils will offer exclusive packages for the weekend, including a special VIP meet-and-greet with Dave “Killer” Carlson and a special Q & A session. In addition, the package will include a limited edition Slap Shot Weekend puck and a chance to win an official Broome County Blades jersey.
Full Weekend Package, for only $40 you receive:
• Ticket to both games
• VIP Meet and Greet with Jerry Houser who played Dave “Killer” Carlson in the movie
• A limited edition Slap Shot Weekend puck (while supplies last)
• Entered to win a game issued Broome County Blades jersey!
One Game Package, for only $25 you receive:
• Ticket to your choice of Friday or Saturday’s game
• VIP Meet and Greet with Jerry Houser who played Dave “Killer” Carlson in the movie
Full Season Member Package, for only $15 you receive:
• VIP Meet and Greet with Jerry Houser who played Dave “Killer” Carlson in the movie
• A limited edition Slap Shot Weekend puck (while supplies last)
• Entered to win a game issued Blades jersey
Sock Out Cancer is a program through Security Mutual Life that assists local residents with expenses during their cancer treatment.

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