Win tickets to this weekend’s BC Hockey League games in Kitimat

Brought to you by the BC Hockey League, the Northern Sentinel and Kitimat Minor Hockey

WIN, with the Northern Sentinel, the BC Hockey League and Kitimat Minor Hockey Association.

Four young hockey fans stand the chance to win arena tickets to watch defending Fred Page Cup champions Prince George Spruce Kings take on their rivals the Langley Rivermen this weekend.

The British Columbia Hockey League, the Northern Sentinel and the Kitimat Minor Hockey Association teamed up to offer two tickets for Saturday’s game and two for Sunday’s game, both taking place at the Tamitik Arena.

The games between the two top-rated teams are part of BC Hockey League’s new league event on the 2019-20 schedule – the BCHL Road Show, supported by LNG Canada, which will bring BCHL teams come to a neutral site arena in British Columbia for a weekend of hockey and community activities.

The contest is open to hockey fans 12 years and under and entry is easy – send us a message via the Northern Sentinel Facebook page, or email us.

In the message:

* include the name and age of the young hockey fan, as well as a parent’s contact number and an email address

* and answer this simple question – Name one of the BC Hockey League teams that will compete in the Roadshow in Kitimat this weekend.

The contest ends on Thursday at 5:00 p.m. and the winner will be notified on Friday.


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