NHL Alumni Tour Brings The Heat To Chatham-Kent

(CHATHAM-KENT, ON) – Scotiabank brings the greatest game on ice to Chatham, giving you opportunities to meet some of the most renowned hockey players of all time! No one should miss this unique chance to shake the hands of Hockey Hall of Famers and Stanley Cup winners. For extra excitement we have special guest Coach and Ambassador for the game, Johnny Bower at this great charity event.  The NHL Alumni are coming to not only battle the Chatham Knightsticks, but also to join forces to raise money for Special Olympics Ontario with the Law Enforcement Torch Run. Mayor Randy Hope has also been added to our roster for game day and will take part in our opening ceremonies and puck drop.

“We are very excited to showcase an exhibition game with Chatham’s local heroes from the Chatham-Kent Knightsticks” said Mark Napier, Executive Director, NHL Alumni.  “We cherish the chance to get together as Alumni to play with old friends and promote the game of hockey across Ontario, all while raising money for a great cause.”

The exciting blend of hockey skill and fun ensures that all will have a fantastic time.  In addition to the game, the fans will be treated to a skills competition featuring the world-class players, as well as some hilarious on-ice practical jokes.  The game will be taking place at the Chatham Memorial Arena, which is located at 80 Tweedsmuir Avenue West in Chatham, at 2 pm.  For ticket information, please visit online. Come out and join in the fun!

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