Binghamton Fire and Police Face Off in Heart Cup Hockey Game
For over 30 years, Binghamton firefighters and police officers have held a charity hockey game that benefits the American Heart Association, and this year will be no different.
The 35th Annual Heart Cup Hockey Game will take place at the Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena on Saturday, February 29. Binghamton police and Binghamton firefighters will face off against each other with the end goal to raise money and awareness about heart disease. The American Heart Association also be on hand with displays and information on the concourse level to better help educate our community about the prevention and treatment of heart disease.
Whether you're looking for a date night or something to do with the kids, an evening out to help raise money for the American Heart Association while cheering on our local firefighters and police officers can't be beat.
When you purchase a ticket for $18, you'll be able to catch the Devils game against the Toronto Marlies at 4:05 p.m. and then there will be an open skate just after the game followed by the Heart Cup at roughly 8:00 p.m., depending on the Devils game end time.
for $15.50 you'll be granted admission to the Heart Cup game at 4:30 pm and also to the Binghamton Devis vs Laval Rocket game at 7:05 pm the same night. $2 from every ticket sold will go directly to the American Heart Association.