by Toronto 6

TORONTO — The Toronto Blue Jays will be in the crowd to support the Toronto Six during their inaugural season at the NWHL Bubble in Lake Placid starting January 23rd, 2021.

"This show of support from the Toronto Blue Jays organization highlights the camaraderie of the Toronto professional sports community, which we are incredibly proud to be a part of.” Toronto Six General Manager Mandy Cronin said. “Seeing the Blue Jays in the stands, and knowing they have our back, will give our players extra motivation to bring the Isobel Cup home to Toronto."

The Blue Jays will have 10 “Fan Faces” in the stands in Lake Placid, including players such as Bo Bichette and Vladimir Guerrero Jr., manager Charlie Montoyo, mascot ACE, and more. The Blue Jays will join other Six fans and supporters in the crowd to make the Herb Brooks Arena feel a little more like home.

“Our Toronto Blue Jays players and staff know what it’s like to play a season away from your home and without our incredible Canadian fans in the stands,” said Michelle Seniuk, Vice President, Fan Experience, Toronto Blue Jays. “It brought us overwhelming joy to see thousands of Blue Jays fan cutouts with the team in Buffalo for the 2020 season, and we wanted to pass that support along to the Toronto Six as they begin their inaugural NWHL season in Lake Placid. We are fortunate to be a part of an inspiring Toronto sports community, and can’t wait to cheer on the Six!”

While Season Memberships purchased from January 12th on may not ensure a “Fan Face” arrival for game one of the NWHL Bubble, they will help support the Six’s mission and women’s professional sport overall. Season Members get, alongside a “Fan Face” cut-out, a personalized shout-out on social media from a Six player, an autographed photo, an invitation to exclusive behind the scenes content from the Bubble, and more.

To learn more about 2021 Season Memberships and to purchase one: CLICK HERE