NHL Alumni Tead led by Celebrity Coach Walter Gretzky vs Northumberland’s Hometown Team

In Community, Hockey, Local, News
On Saturday, April 14, the NHL Alumni team led
by celebrity coach Walter Gretzky, will take centre ice against Northumberland’s Hometown Team during ‘Hockey Night in Northumberland.’
Hosted by United Way and Habitat for Humanity Northumberland, puck drop is 6 p.m. at the Cobourg Community Centre. All proceeds from the event will support the two organizations.
How to get involved:
  • Play on the Hometown team against the NHL Alumni team for $1,000
  • Assist on the NHL Alumni Team alongside Walter Gretzky for $1,500
  • Serve as a linesman with a celebrity, NHL referee for $250
  • Become an event sponsor
Get your ticket:
  • VIP Plus ($150) includes access to the NHL Alumni locker room after the 1st period for a private meet and greet and signing opportunity with the players, reserved seating during the game, and entry into the VIP Reception after the game
  • VIP tickets ($99) include reserved seating and entry into the VIP Reception. VIP Tickets are available through Habitat for Humanity.
  • General admission tickets are also available for $15 per adult and $5 per child.
Tickets can be purchased online on the snapd Northumberland West website at United Way (62 Swayne St., Cobourg), or Habitat Restore (764 Division St., Cobourg). Please note, there are limited spaces available for some of these opportunities.
Thank you to the following sponsors who have provided initial support to the game: Behan Construction, Cameco Corporation, Ontario Line Clearing and Wharram Tree Service Ltd., Boston Pizza, RBC Wealth Management,
Johnny O’s Sports, Northumberland Tirecraft, MyFM, and Willow Publishing.
Pete Fisher
Author: Pete Fisher

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