VEGAS (November 1, 2018) — The Vegas Golden Knights announced today, November 1, that the following players will participate in “Movember” by growing their moustaches during the month of November to create awareness for men’s health initiatives: Ryan Carpenter, William Carrier, Nick Holden, Brad Hunt, Jon Merrill, Colin Miller, Malcolm Subban, Shea Theodore and Alex Tuch.
Funds raised will benefit the Movember Foundation, the only global charity focused solely on providing support for men’s health. Money will go toward supporting men’s health programs in the key areas of prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention.
Fans are also encouraged to join the “Movember” movement by donating here to support their favorite Golden Knights player, and sharing their Mos with the Golden Knights on Twitter using #VGKMO.
Golden Knights fans can also follow along with the players’ progress pictures throughout the month on Golden Knights social media channels.
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