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Coyotes to hold charity broadcast for Phoenix Children’s Hospital

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The Arizona Coyotes will be putting on a charity broadcast during the team’s game with the San Jose Sharks on Monday night.

All funds raised during the Bally Sports Arizona broadcast and online will be donated to Phoenix Children’s Hospital.

“We are excited to team up with our great partner Bally Sports Arizona for our annual charity broadcast to raise funds for Phoenix Children’s Hospital,” Coyotes president and CEO Xavier Gutierrez said in a press release.

“Giving back to the community is a top priority for the Arizona Coyotes and we are honored to support PCH who does so much incredible work to help Valley kids and families in need. We are grateful to all of our incredible fans who continuously step up to support PCH.”

The Coyotes will be offering a variety of items and tickets for those that donate in amounts of $100 or $400.

Fans who donate $100 will receive two lower-level tickets to the Coyotes’ game against the Kings on May 3 or 5, or select games next season. A reverse retro plush blanket will also be offered, which can be donated to a child at PCH.

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Those who donate $400 will receive the same ticket options in addition to a Coyotes No. 25 Kachina jersey signed by Oliver Ekman-Larsson, Shane Doan, Jeremy Roenick and Keith Tkachuk.

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Donations can be made online or by calling 623-266-9645 from 6 p.m. to the end of the game.

Phone calls will be answered by the likes of Doan and other Coyotes alumni and staff, according to the release.

“Using Bally Sports Arizona’s statewide television platform to help our team partners give back to the community results in an incredible impact every year,” Bally Sports Arizona senior VP and GM Brian Hogan said in the release.

“This is one of our most important telecasts each season and everyone working at our network is excited to be involved in it again on April 26.”


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