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The Phoenix Coyotes and the You Can Play project posted a video to their official Instagram for Spirit Day, October 17.
Florida Panthers incorporate "You Can Play" project at LGBT hockey night
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Two of the major sports leagues, the National Football League and Major League Baseball went purple during games schedule for Spirit Day.
World Wrestling Entertainment went purple for Spirit Day in a big way, led by the first openly gay Superstar, Darren Young.
The Portland Trailblazersr took their team name to another level by aligning themselves with Oregon United For Marriage and supporting marriage equality.