NHL’s boston Bruins set to host Octopus Games, a Halloween-themed event on Oct. 30

NHL officials are working to make the Boston Bruins Halloween-centric event a reality.

The team is hosting a Halloween party at their training camp, which will feature a bingo hall, an art exhibit, an octopus-themed costume contest and a scavenger hunt for the team’s Halloween costume.

“We are going to do this for Halloween,” said general manager Doug Armstrong.

“It is going to be a fun night.

It is a great way to celebrate Halloween and to be with our fans.”

This is the first time the Bruins have hosted a Halloween event.

The Bruins are also hosting a scavenge for the Halloween costume contest at their home rink.

“There are going be a lot of people who are going out there,” said captain Dougie Hamilton.

“And they are going have fun.”

Tickets will go on sale Friday at noon ET.

The Halloween party will be the first since the Bruins acquired defenseman David Backes from the Anaheim Ducks in a trade last June.

Backes has made his NHL debut and has recorded two assists and one penalty minutes in five games this season.

The Boston Bruins are the only team to have hosted the Halloween party.

“The Boston Bruins will be hosting a fun Halloween event on October 30,” said team spokesman Scott Burdick.

I think it is a good opportunity for fans to come out to the ice, the ice skating, the food and to have a good time.”