February 03, 2019 Over $80,000 Raised In 10th Annual Petes Pink in the Rink Game February 03, 2019/ PTBOCANADA The 10th Annual Pink in the Rink game took place at the Peterborough Memorial Centre on Saturday night (February 2nd). The Petes may have lost on the ice—6-3 to the Oshawa Generals—but the entire night was a huge win for the organization and community as over $80,000 was raised to fight cancer. The Petes, in association with the Canadian Cancer Society, announced that the campaign raised $80,811.11, bringing the 10 year total to over $697,000. A season-high 3,852 fans attended the game—the team’s highest attended game since Pink in the Rink on February 9th, 2013.THANK-YOU!!! $80,811.11 raised for Women’s Cancer Research @CCSPtbo !!! Beyond words tonight. Thank-you! #PinkInTheRink #PetesFightCancer @PetesOHLhockey pic.twitter.com/xwHrnBzrWe— PetesFightCancer (@PetesFightCanc) February 3, 2019 The Petes players wore special Pink in the Rink fundraising sweaters, which were sold in a post-game live jersey auction. There are five ribbons on each sleeve, representing the ten years that the Petes and @CCSPtbo have been working together to raise money for cancer research. pic.twitter.com/6OV9mpCv88— Peterborough Petes (@PetesOHLhockey) February 3, 2019 Petes alumni Steve Larmer (1977-78) and Cameron Mann (1993-97) were the honourary co-chairs of this year’s Pink in the Rink campaign. Congrats to all involved! Engage with us on social media on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. Write to us at email@example.com. Sign up for PTBOBuzz newsletter here. Watch our PTBOCanada Love video here.