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Tickets for Scotiabank Hockey Day in Canada now available

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KAMLOOPS - Still need to buy a Christmas gift for the hockey lover in your family? Tickets for the lineup of events as part of Scotiabank Hockey Day in Canada are now available!

This annual celebration of hockey will take place in Kamloops from February 3rd to 6th, 2016, with family-friendly activities and an all-day live NHL® broadcast on February 6th. Tickets are now available for the key events taking place during the week:

Celebrity Luncheon ~ February 4th
11:30 am to 2:00 pm at the Tournament Capital Centre
With special guests Ron MacLean, Don Cherry, Trevor Linden, as well as numerous NHL Alumni™, the Stanley Cup and Memorial Cup.

Tickets are $50 (taxes included), available through the Kamloops Chamber of Commerce by calling 778-257-5900 or online at www.kamloopchamber.ca.

WHL's 50th Season Pro Am Game ~ February 4th
7:30 to 10:00 pm at Sandman Centre
Featuring teams made up of NHL and WHL alumni in a fun, family-oriented game, including such names as Lanny McDonald, Mark Recchi, Darcy Tucker, Wendel Clark, Mark Napier, Kirk McLean, and more to be announced as confirmed.

Tickets are $10 + tax, or $5 for children under 12, available through the Sandman Centre Box Office at 250-828-3339 or the Sahali Ticketmaster.

The Music of Hockey with host Ron MacLean ~ February 5th
Music of Hoceky Event Tickets7:30 to 10:00 pm at Sandman Centre
Musical guests include Dave Bidini & Bidini Band, Tom Wilson, Barney Bentall, Amelia Curran, Craig Northey, Bryan Trottier and Lindy Vopnfjord.

Tickets are $5 and are available at the Sandman Centre Box Office (cash or cheque only).

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