Canucks Raise their Voices in Support of Anti-Bullying during Pink Shirt Game

Team to Wear Custom Jerseys Featuring Rare Third Logo

CALGARY, AB – February 22, 2022 – This year the Calgary Canucks throw their voices and support behind Pink Shirt Day as they stand up against bullying. Pink Shirt Day is an annual date each year where Canadians are asked to take a stand against bullying – and to make that stance public by including an article of pink clothing in their ensemble.

“Now more than ever, we need to stand together, raise awareness and stand up against bullying,” Brad Moran, General Manager and Calgary Canucks Head Coach. “As we know sport is not immune to bullying, the Calgary Canucks are committed to creating a welcoming, respectful, safe and inclusive sports environment for all players and staff,” says Moran.

In honour of Pink Shirt Day, the Calgary Canucks will set aside their traditional bull logo and adorn custom pink jerseys featuring our rare 3rd logo, which will be auctioned off during the game.

Join us on Pink Shirt Day at our home game on Wednesday, February 23, 2022 and stand up against bullying. Tickets are available at:

Wear Pink. Stand Up. Speak Up. Stop Bullying Now.

Upcoming Highlights

Fri. Feb. 25, Annual End-of-Year Banquet 2022: Join us as we celebrate player achievements and another year of Junior A hockey in Calgary. The evening will feature an engaging panel discussion with former Calgary Flames stars Craig Conroy and Martin Gelinas. As a bonus, we’ll be joined by Paul Brandt, to share opening remarks. Silent Auction donations welcomed as well.

Sat, Feb. 26, Canmore Eagles: Calling all junior hockey fans! It’s time to make some noise as close out the regular season and gear up for the playoffs! FREE water bottles for kids (while supplies last)!

About the Calgary Canucks: The Calgary Canucks are a Junior A hockey team in the Alberta Junior Hockey League (AJHL), with home games at the Ken Bracko Arena in Max Bell Centre. They have won the AJHL championship nine times and one national championship. The Canucks franchise was formed in 1971 and has the longest tenure of any in the AJHL in one city. The Calgary Canucks are celebrating their 50th season in the AJHL this 2021-2022 season.