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Celebrate Danielle Goyette’s Induction into the Hockey Hall of Fame.
Geraldine Heaney (HHOF 2013) amongst star-studded roster.

Hockey icons Jari Kurri and Mark Messier captain two star-laden teams featuring Class of 2017 Player Inductees - Dave Andreychuk, Danielle Goyette, Paul Kariya, Mark Rechhi, Teemu Selanne.

Other participating hockey legends include – Peter Bondra, Dino Ciccarelli, Wendel Clark, Patrick Elias, Jean-Sebastien Giguere, Geraldine Heaney, Mark Howe, Tomas Kaberle, Larry Murphy, Jeremy Roenick, Martin St. Louis, plus more.

This game highlights the Sunday afternoon schedule of the 2017 Hockey Hall of Fame Induction Weekend Celebration. Prior to the game, witness hockey history as this year’s Induction Class receives their official Honoured Member Blazers at centre ice in a pre-game ceremony. For full game details, rosters and video preview, click here.

Save 25% on single tickets. Click here and use promo code OWHA17 to purchase your e-ticket. Service fees apply.

Teams receive a special group rate of $20*/ticket for lower bowl Reds, a savings of close to 50% OFF.
A minimum of 15 tickets must be purchased to qualify.
To order your group tickets, contact Jackie Schwartz at or 416-933-8215.

* $20 ticket offer Includes HST and service fees. Payment accepted by credit card (Visa, MC, AMEX). Tickets will be available for pick up at the Hockey Hall of Fame on Sunday, November 12 prior to the game or can be couriered in advance for a small fee.

Celebrate World Girls Hockey Weekend

Help Celebrate World Girls' Hockey Weekend

When: October 6-8, 2017

In October 2017 the International Ice Hockey Federation and Hockey Canada will team up to host the seventh annual World Girls’ Hockey Weekend. This event aims to celebrate and grow the Female Game from coast to coast and unite Canadians through grassroots programming that is led by local communities, MHAs and families.

The variety of events are endless for groups or individuals to get involved. From girls and women trying out the sport for the first time to just a simple celebration of the game, Canadians from coast to coast are encouraged to take part and register their event with Hockey Canada. Women’s hockey is the fastest growing game in Canada, let’s keep the momentum going and utilize this opportunity to educate and motivate our players, coaches, volunteers and supporters.

Dozens of countries across the globe will also be participating in the weekend as each puts their celebration efforts on display. As the world leader in the sport, World Girls Hockey Weekend is our chance to put our stamp on the female game and show the rest of the world what Canadians are capable of. This October 6-8, let’s have a cross-Canada celebration heard around the world!


Now that you’re excited to be part of the celebration, don’t let your event go unnoticed! No matter how big (ie. full tournament) or small (ie. road hockey game), register your event with us, it only takes a couple of minutes and we will add it to the list of events happening across Canada that is submitted to the IIHF and shown on our website!

For suggestions on types of events you can host or be a part of, CLICK HERE.

To add your event to the Canadian celebration CLICK HERE


Events will be hosted from coast to coast in big cities to small communities. Stay tuned here to find an event near you and how to get in touch and participate!

You can also contact your Member Branch or your local hockey association to learn what they have going on for the weekend. In Ontario please contact the OWHA for information.


For our celebration to be heard around the world, let’s spread the word on social media!

Share you story and your pictures!!

To join the conversation, use and follow the hashtags: #LongGame and #WGIHW.

BCA1 at Markham Starsfest

Congratulations to the girls of BCA1 on their fantastic effort and play during the recent Markham Starsfest tourney. They went all the way to the finals after 5 wins in a row. They lost a heartbreaker in the final, with a 1-0 loss on a PPG scored in the last minute of the game. Great job on bringing home the silver and representing the Wildcats so very well!! #clawsout

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