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Wild Host Harding’s Hope Night

Tuesday, 10.15.2013 / 1:45 PM / News
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Wild Host Harding\u2019s Hope Night
The Minnesota Wild will host Harding\u2019s Hope Night on Thursday, Oct. 24, when the Wild takes on the Carolina Hurricanes.


The Minnesota Wild will host Harding’s Hope Night on Thursday, Oct. 24, when the Wild takes on the Carolina Hurricanes, with the game presented by Treasure Island. Five dollars of every individual ticket purchased to the game (up to $5,000) benefits Harding’s Hope, a charity launched by Wild goaltender Josh Harding to raise awareness and support those living with multiple sclerosis.

All fans at the Oct. 24 game will receive a Josh Harding Masterton Trophy poster. There will also be autographed memorabilia randomly awarded throughout the game, and fans can take photos with the Masterton Trophy while visiting the Harding’s Hope information table on the lower concourse. 

The Wild is offering a Harding’s Hope Ticket Pack for the game. The Pack, which costs $85, includes a lower-level ticket and an authentic autographed Harding poster. Fans can find more information about the ticket pack, or purchase one, here. Fans can also purchase a limited number of autographed pucks for $25, with all proceeds benefitting Harding’s Hope.

A portion of the proceeds of all Harding merchandise purchased will benefit Harding's Hope. This includes special tee shirts and pucks as well as player tee shirts, Masterson tee shirts and pucks, jerseys, and equipment.

You can learn more about Harding’s Hope and Josh Harding by watching tonight’s Becoming Wild, presented by Toyota, after the Wild game, on FOX Sports North. More information on Harding’s Hope can be found at the organization's website. Harding won the NHL’s 2013 Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy for exhibiting the qualities of perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication to hockey. He became the first Wild player to win an end-of-season individual NHL award.


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