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Warriors to ‘Don’ special jerseys against Tigers

The Warriors will wear Don Cherry-themed jerseys during Friday's game

The Moose Jaw Warriors will look a little bit different when they hit the ice at Mosaic Place on Friday night.

That is because RE/MAX has once again partnered with the Western Hockey League to present the second season of “RE/MAX Presents: WHL Suits Up with Don Cherry to Promote Organ Donation.” This is a series of events across the WHL to promote the importance of organ donation and to generate further support of the Kidney Foundation of Canada.

All 17 WHL Clubs in Canadian markets are participating in this promotion. As a result, the Warriors will wear unique and specially-designed Don Cherry-themed uniforms during their Feb. 1 game against the Medicine Hat Tigers. This year, players will sport uniforms emblazoned with fun nicknames, as opposed to traditional surnames across their shoulders.

A jersey silent auction will take place, with all funds benefitting the Kidney Foundation.

As well, the first 3,000 fans in the door will receive a scratch card for a chance to win a special Don Cherry bobblehead collectable.

During the 2017-18 WHL Regular Season, participating WHL Clubs came together with RE/MAX to raise over $265,500, representing the largest public awareness and fundraising campaign in the history of the Kidney Foundation of Canada.

The Kidney Foundation is a cause close to the Cherry family. Don’s son, Tim, received a kidney transplant from his sister Cindy.

With close to 4,500 Canadians awaiting organ donation today – 76 per cent of whom require a kidney – the Cherry family, RE/MAX and the WHL have come together to create this awareness campaign in support of the Kidney Foundation.

For tickets, visit or contact the Mosaic Place box office.

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