Bulls will host auction to benefit Brian Page and his recovery

The Amarillo Bulls will be hosting a silent jersey auction this weekend to benefit Brian Page and his continued recovery. 

The featured jerseys for the auction include an autographed Minnesota Wild jersey and a Beck Malenstyn Hersey Bears jersey. The silent auction will be run during the three-game home-stand this weekend as the Bulls host the Wichita Falls Warriors. 

The auction will take place on the concourse and will run from Friday through Sunday during the Bulls’ three-game homestand. The Wild jersey features autographs from the entire team. The Bears jersey is from Beck Malenstyn who played NHL games with the Washington Capitals last season. 

Brian Page suffered a spinal injury during a game with the Jr. Flyers last November and spent time at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital before transferring to Magee Rehabilitation. Page impressed everybody when he began his rehabilitation exercises and gained strength every day. 

Page has received untold amounts of support around the hockey community including autographed jerseys and shoutouts from Sydney Crosby, Claude Giroux, Carter Hart and many more NHL players. 

Page had previously signed a tender contract with the Bulls and early in the season, Amarillo dedicated their season to Page and have worn “87 Strong” stickers on their helmets all season long. 

The young hockey player was able to return to his family’s home in Delaware two weeks ago on April 2 where he was greeted with a tremendous outpouring of support by his community. Page has been able to move his fingers and has built up core and arm strength during his recovery. 

The Bulls and Warriors will drop the puck Friday and Saturday at 7:05 p.m. and Sunday at 3:05 p.m. 

The Amarillo Bulls are members of the North American Hockey League which is a tier II junior hockey league sanctioned by USA Hockey. For more information visit https://www.amarillobulls.com