MASON CITY, Iowa – The North Iowa Bulls will celebrate one more jersey auction weekend before the 2021-22 schedule winds down, and the Bulls are celebrating the outdoors as they face off against the Minot Minotauros indoors on March 25 and 26 in the fastest sport on ice.
The Bulls’ jersey design for the weekend prominently displays a grey camouflage pattern, with navy blue numbers, striping and nameplates. The shoulders of the jerseys are colored in ice-blue, with additional ice-blue and blaze orange accents, trim and striping across the jersey. Outdoor scenes popular during the hockey season, including those of hunting and ice fishing, will be featured on the lower half of each jersey.
The jerseys will be worn for both games that weekend, and will be auctioned off immediately following the game on Saturday, March 26. Fans will also be invited onto the ice following the game that night to skate with their favorite Bulls players. Proceeds from the jersey auction benefit Mason City Parks and Recreation, and their various outdoor activity programs throughout the community.
It is the second specialty jersey auction weekend for North Iowa this season, following the Bulls’ popular Busch Light-themed jerseys to close out the 2021 portion of the home schedule. The Mason City Toros recently held their first-ever jersey auction as well, sporting a stars-and-stripes design.
Tickets for these games, and all upcoming North Iowa Bulls home games are on sale now – to purchase tickets, call the Bulls Ticket Line at 641-450-0914 or click here. Updated news and information on North Iowa Bulls hockey are always available at www.northiowabulls.com, and by following the team’s social media platforms on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.