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B-Sens to participate in Movember

BINGHAMTON, N.Y.  The Binghamton Senators announced today that players and staff will participate in Movember.  Starting today through the end of November, players and front office staff members will grow mustaches to raise awareness for mens health, specifically prostate cancer, testicular cancer and mental health challenges. 

Every home game in November there will be a donation box at the DJ Table located along the front concourse.  All money raised will be donated to Movember which directly supports the efforts of making mens health a more prevalent topic of conversation.  Fans can donate directly to the B-Sens Movember page at 

Throughout the month the B-Sens will post weekly updates of each players mustache on the Official Binghamton Senators Twitter page (@BSens_Hockey) as well as have an album set up on their Official Facebook page showcasing each players progress.   

Become a Mo Bro of the B-Sens and share your own Mo on either Twitter or Facebook and help the team contribute to the annual charity event that raises millions of dollars globally each year.

To learn more you can visit for information on other ways you can help in the effort to raise awareness.

(Courtesy Binghamton Senators)


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