Indy Fuel to honor local police, fire with special jersey Saturday

The Indy Fuel will wear special jerseys honoring public safety workers Saturday.
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The Indy Fuel will be wearing their support for local police officers and firefighters on their sleeve this weekend.

The hockey team introduced special jerseys for Saturday night's game against Alaska. Half of each sweater is a replica of a firefighter's uniform, the other half is a police uniform (complete with handcuffs!).

After the game, fans can bid on the jerseys in an auction to benefit local charities.

The special night comes one night after the Stanley Cup visits Indiana Farmers Coliseum, along with other artifacts from the Hockey Hall of Fame. The Fuel's parent team, the Chicago Blackhawks, won the Stanley Cup in June.

Tickets for both games are available at IndyFuelHockey.com.

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