The Boston Bruins are partnering with the Massachusetts State Lottery for a $5 instant win game, marking the third time the two entities have partnered up.
Bruins president Cam Neely, state treasurer Steve Grossman, Massachusetts State Lottery executive director Paul Sternberg and select Bruins players will hold a press conference on Tuesday to unveil the game. Also attending the unveiling will be 351 fans — representative of the number of cities in Massachusetts — chosen the participate. Of those fans, 150 were winners of the Lottery's Facebook competition, who were also invited to watch the team practice and had a photo op with the Stanley Cup.
The partnership is expected to generate over $9.7 million in local aid revenues available to Massachusetts cities and towns. The previous two Boston Bruins instant ticket offerings combined for more than $87 million in sales and $15.4 million in local aid return.