Walleye Fans Paint the Ice

Walleye Fans will Paint the Ice in the fight against Cancer.

The Walleye’s Hockey Fights Cancer Night has an experience attached allowing fans to Paint the Ice in memory of a loved one.

The Walleye will wear purple Hockey Fights Cancer jerseys as they take on Kalamazoo at the Huntington Center on November 23. All game worn jerseys will be auctioned off live following the game, with proceeds to benefit the ProMedica Cancer Institute and the Walleye Wishing Well.

Fans can paint a section of the ice in support of, or in memory of, a loved one through a special ‘Paint the Ice’ package. Ice painting will occur between 5 and 9:30 p.m. on Thursday, November 21. (details)


Two different packages are available for fans:


  • November 23 Walleye game ticket
  • Ice square to paint on November 21
  • Luminary Bag
  • Donation to ProMedica Cancer Institute


  • November 23 Walleye game ticket
  • Ice square to paint on November 21
  • Luminary Bag
  • “I Fight For” T-Shirt
  • Donation to ProMedica Cancer Institute Plus is our value-added membership site. It is a network to enhance the fan value of events.  Twice a month we gather for an hour long discussion on an industry topic with a special guest to share their insights. Leaders like Claire Czerniuk, Zoltan Berensci, John Franzone, Tyler Ferraro, Maurice Brazelton, Jackie Maldonado, Todd Bosma, and Anton Wright have discussed topics from developing talent to building a home-field advantage. Upcoming calls include Zach Frongillo from the Savannah Bananas (7/27) and Colleen Flynn from Mascot-Link (7/13).  Free One Month Trial is available now on PLUS.

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