Bruins fans line up for the latest license plate in the Ocean State

This is a photo of residents signing up for their Boston Bruins license plates at the AMP in Providence. (WLNE)

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WLNE) — Lines were out the door of the AMP, filled with sports fans looking to represent their favorite hockey team.

The Boston Bruins Foundation tabled at the convention center on Saturday, taking orders for the newest Bruins-themed plates.

Proceeds raised from the sales will help initiatives including raising awareness of the parental and spectator conduct code, benefiting the youth amputee program, helping with establishing teams for players with autism and more.

There is an initial registration fee of $60, a special plate fee of $40 and a renewal fee of $100 once every two years.

For more information on how to get your Boston Bruins Foundation license plate, click here.

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