Puck Drop to Celebrate Largest and Longest Women’s Hockey Tournament

Join dignitaries and special guests this Thursday, April 13, at 6:30 p.m. at Century Gardens Recreation Centre, Brampton ON, for the official puck drop to kick-off the 50th Anniversary of the Brampton Canadettes Easter Hockey Tournament. Representatives from the Hockey Hall of Fame will be present for the celebration and will retain the puck for the Hockey Hall of Fame. Dignitaries will include Fran Rider, Ontario Women’s Hockey Association President; Don Stoddart, Brampton Canadettes Girls’ Hockey Association President, and Shelly Thompson, player from the first Brampton Canadettes Tournament in 1967.

What: Puck Drop, Brampton Canadettes Girl’s Hockey Association Easter Tournament

Where: Century Gardens, Pad 1, 340 Vodden St E, Brampton, ON L6V 1N4

When: Thursday April 13 at 6:30 p.m.

Who: Fran Rider Ontario Women’s Hockey Association President; Don Stoddart, President Brampton Canadettes Girls’ Hockey Association; and Shelly Thompson player from the first Brampton Canadettes Tournament in 1967.

Why: The official puck drop will celebrate the largest and longest women’s hockey tournament in the world.  From April 13-16, 2017, a total of 327 teams will compete in 622 games, at 10 different arenas.

For more information visit:

http://www.bramptoncanadettes.com/

http://www.bramptoncanadettes.com/tournament/

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