Do you know someone who's battled, or dealing with breast cancer? Maybe a friend, family member or loved one? Here's a chance to pay tribute to them and help fight breast cancer.

The Tri-City Americans are presenting their 10th Annual Pink Ice game February 14th at the Toyota Center, to honor those who've battled this illness, and to raise funds for the fight against it. They want you to be a part of their special tribute video that will be shown prior to the ceremonial puck drop that night. Here's how to get involved:

Come to the Americans games either Friday January 30th, or February 7th at the Toyota Center. During the 1st and 2nd intermissions, Separating Eternity Productions will record a short video tribute by you honoring someone who's lives have been impacted by breast cancer. To participate, email Matt Baide at the Americans office as soon as possible and schedule a time during one of those intermissions. Suggested donations are $50 for a three-second clip, and $75 for a five-second segment. All proceeds go to the Tri-Cities Cancer Center and the fight against breast cancer.

All the clips will be edited together to create a very moving and wonderful tribute to those who's lives have been impacted by this. Again, contact Matt Baide at the Americans:   

Make sure you do it as soon as possible, video shoots will scheduled on a first-come, first served basis, and they are expected to fill up quickly. And, make sure you join Townsquare Media and the Americans for this very special night at the Toyota Center. The ice will be tinted pink, and the Ams' will skate in pink-themed jerseys which will be auctioned off after the game, along with other in-arena auctions, to raise money for the Cancer Center.

For additional information about the game, call the Americans at (509)-7356-0606.