Exciting Hockey Collectables included in Silent Auction

ONLINE EASTER TOURNAMENT SILENT AUCTION OPEN NOW!

April 13-16, the Brampton Canadettes Girls Hockey Association (BCGHA) will be celebrating the 50th Anniversary of their Easter Tournament. It is the longest and largest women’s hockey tournament in the world.

To help celebrate this milestone, we have several exciting activities taking place, including a silent auction. For sport collectors, we have some amazing items! Items include:

  • 2017 NHL All-Star team puck signed by Austin Matthews
  • 2016 National Women’s team replica team jersey signed at the 2016 IIHF Women’s World Championship
  • 2016 molten basketball signed by the National Women’s Basketball team who took home gold at the 2015 Pan Am Games
  • NHL Atlantic Division jersey signed by members of the 2017 All-Star team
  • Authentic NHL referee jersey signed by all 77 officials for the 2016-17 season.

The auction is now live and you can see these, and more amazing items, at https://bcgha2017.eflea.ca/view. They can also be viewed at our Alumni Reception from 2-6 p.m. on Friday April 15 at the Powerade Centre.

Auction closes at noon on Saturday, April 16th.

All proceeds will be going towards the BCGHA Easter Tournament. Help us make it to another 50 years!

About the Brampton Canadettes: The Brampton Canadettes provides a safe environment where our girls are encouraged to be the best they can be. Part of being the best includes not only on-ice performance but performance in the classroom and in their community. We strive to instill the virtues of leadership, self-confidence and sportsmanship in all of our players and volunteers within the organization. The Brampton Canadettes are committed to creating a great hockey experience for all of its players. Our mandate is to teach our players and volunteers valuable lessons through hockey that they can also apply to their lives away from the rink.

About the OWHA: The OWHA is a provincially unified, collective voice. The OWHA promotes, provides and develops opportunities for girls and women to play female hockey in Ontario.
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