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Brampton Weekend Hockey Tournament

BRAMPTON, ON FEB 9-11, 2018

Men’s, Women’s, Co-ed Tournament

  • The Powerade Centre is one of the busiest, most versatile sports and entertainment complexes in the GTA.
    The state-of-the-art facility has 4 NHL sized rinks, including a Spectator arena that features a seating capacity of 5,000
  • Welcome to the 12th Annual Weekend Hockey Tournament featuring 40-50 teams @The State of the Art Powerade Centre! 4 Rinks under 1 roof with 1 feature rink that is home to the ECHL’s Brampton Beast. Arrive early & watch the Brampton Beast (affiliate of the Montreal Canadians) play the Kalamazoo Wings (affiliate of the Vancouver Canucks) Friday night @ 7:15pm.
  • After your game go upstairs & visit Real Stars Bar & Grill. An awesome sports bar overlooking all 4 rinks!
  • TEAM FEE ONLY $975CDN

Men’s Skill Levels

A

B

C

D

E (Rec)

 

Age Groups For All Skill Levels

19+

25+

30+

35+

40+

45+

50+,           55+

Any questions please contact us anytime!

877-702-5701 

905-775-3541 
info@weekendhockey.com 

www.weekendhockey.com

Cities Brampton, Ontario
Divison Adult Rec
Levels All Levels
Gender Both
Phone 877-702-5701
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