The hockey team unveil it's new Bulls Against Bullying program Tuesday.
With bullying being a growing problem in schools all over the United States, team members say the want to let others know they aren't alone.
"We've got guys that can talk to them, that they look up to. We thought this would be a great opportunity for our guys to get involved in the schools, and explain the difference between what goes on on the ice and what goes on at home and in schools, and what to do about it," said Bulls General Manager Rick Matchett.
Statistics show 71-percent of students say bullying as a problem at their school.
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