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Sep 09, 2017 | admin | 2658 views
Bring A Buddy
We're excited to host our 2nd Annual 'Bring A Buddy' Event!

Our one hour, on-ice event will introduce participants to Canada's most-loved sport in a fun, friendly and safe environment.

If you know someone who is not registered, has never played hockey before and wants to give the game a try, this event is for them!


  • Open to participants 4 to 8 years old who are not registered for hockey and are new to the game.
  • Friday September 29. Chedoke Arena. On-ice at 6:30pm.
  • No equipment? We can help! Skates, helmet, gloves & stick are the minimum required.
  • Participants will be required to complete a medical information form.
  • All participants get a jersey to keep and a small gift bag.
  • Cost: FREE

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