Rangers Fans Growing Beards For Charity During Playoffs

April 9, 2012 12:00 AM

Rangers Fans Growing Beards For Charity During Playoffs
" NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – With their first playoff game this Thursday at Madison Square Garden, the New York Rangers invited their fans to participate in a tradition and “Grow One for the Team” at their 2012 Beard-a-Thon.

WCBS 880′s Paul Murnane On The Story

Fans showed up at MSG Monday and were joined by Rangers great Rod Gilbert to get their final shaves.

Four barber chairs were set up outside with stylists from Cutler Salon providing free shaves.

Participants in the Rangers Beard-a-Thon committed to maintain their beard as long as the Rangers remain in the playoffs and can invite family, friends, and business associates to pledge their playoff beards "

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