Pond Hockey Classic

CFB Trenton, in partnership with Scotiabank and ScotiaMcleod, will be hosting the 6th annual CFB Trenton Pond Hockey Classic on February 3rd – 5th, 2017. This 4 on 4, Canadian Pond Hockey rules tournament will guarantee three games during the round robin play and feature a sudden death playoff format for the top eight teams.

The tournament will take place on the Batawa Lions Community Rinks located in Batawa, Ontario. There are only 32 spots available for the tournament. Improved lighting will allow night games to be played on these professionally maintained rinks. Great prizes for top fundraising team and winning team, along with plenty of great, old fashioned outdoor hockey.

This year’s Legends of Hockey Dinner takes place Friday, February 3rd at the Batawa Community Centre. Our guest speaker will be Eugene Melnyk, owner of the Ottawa Senators and new Belleville Senators AHL team. Dinner begins  with cocktails at 5:30 and seating for dinner at 6:30.  Tickets are $100 per guest, including a $25 charitable tax receipt.

All proceeds will go towards Wounded Warriors Canada and the Trenton Memorial Hospital Foundation. For more information and registration details, visit www.hockeyfortroops.com. 


Price List:

Jersey’s $90
Long Sleeve T-Shirts $25
Toques (Pink and Green) $15
Pucks $15
Ball Hats $15

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