Unite on the ice for charity and hockey

How many times have you seen Soldier Field transformed into an ice rink? Better yet, how many times have you and your family skated on an ice rink on Soldier Field?

If you go

When: Feb. 5, 2015, 5 p.m.

Where: Soldier Field

Admission: Free

Open Skate Available Slots: 5:45 p.m., 6:45 p.m., 10 p.m.

Tickets for Open Skate: /person

All-Star Game: 7:45 p.m.

 

Now is your chance.

On Feb. 5, take your hockey-lovin’ family to Unite on the Ice, the family fun event that is kicking off the festivities for the annual collegiate Hockey City Classic on Feb. 7.

Unite on the Ice will ignite the hockey hubbub with flare. The big event is a showdown in the rink that will feature NHL favorites, such as former Blackhawks’ Hall of Famer Denis Savard, former St. Louis Blues forward Gino “The Tank” Cavallini, former member of the 2013 Stanley Cup-winning Chicago Blackhawks Jamal Mayers, and former NHL All-Star Adrian Aucoin.

With tickets, families can participate in an open skate in the very rink where these renowned professional and collegiate athletes will be scratching up the ice. Enter various raffles and auctions for the chance to win one-of-a-kind memorabilia. All proceeds for the event will benefit St. Jude.

Pull on your skates and grab the family, Chicagoans, for this rare chance to put those lifelong hockey player career dreams to use while also contributing to a great cause.

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