The Las Vegas Wranglers unveiled the St. Baldrick’s Foundation specialty jersey today that the team will wear when taking on the Bakersfield Condors on Sunday, March 18. This is the sixth season the Wranglers have partnered with St. Baldrick’s to raise funds and awareness for childhood cancer.
Coinciding with St. Patrick’s Day weekend, Wranglers players will don the shamrock-covered green and gold jersey in the team’s return home on Sunday after a nine-game road trip. A majority of the game-worn, autographed jerseys will be silently auctioned off on the Orleans Arena concourse, and selected jerseys will be auctioned off live on the ice after the game. One lucky fan will also win a free signed jersey off a player’s back during the second intermission.
Immediately after the 2:05 p.m. game, Wranglers players will take the ice again to have their heads shaved in solidarity with children battling cancer. Fans can donate to their favorite player, head coach Ryan Mougenel or various front office staff members by visiting the team’s St. Baldrick’s Foundation page here.
All of the jerseys have been provided courtesy of Climb For Five, and auction proceeds and shaving donations will benefit St. Baldrick’s Foundation. Last season, the Wranglers raised $13,956 for the organization.