The Idaho Steelheads return home from their longest road trip of the season to host Cincinnati Friday night and the game will be special.

Special because it is a fundraiser for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Admission for the game is $15 but five dollars of that will be donated directly to MS research, education and programs for families of those with MS.

In addition, your ticket Friday also gets you a hot dog, bag of chips and a small drink.

Not only is this a great opportunity to give but the Steelheads are on a roll after winning 7 of their 8 road games. The Steelheads also plan a Sunday event called free skate day from 1 to 3 p.m.

Players, coaches and event the mascot, Blue, will be on hand to sign autographs, take pictures and skate a few laps. Fans are encourage to bring their own skates but there will be a limited number of skates available on a first come basis.

Also, if you bring a canned food for the Idaho Food Bank you'll received two tickets to the Steelheads game March 15th against Rapid City.

The Steelheads are back in town for what should be a fun interactive weekend of hockey, fundraising and a chance for fans to skate on the Century Link ice.