There will surely be no jabs hooks and uppercuts on the ice for these hockey tourneys. Taking place in cities across Canada, the ex NHLers take on police officers for charity.
Players include Hockey Hall of Famers Glenn Anderson, Steve Shutt, Bryan Trottier, Billy Smith as well as Theoren Fleury, Igor Kravchuk, Gary Leeman and more.
In February, they played the Windsor Police Law Enforcement Team, the Niagara Regional Police, the York Regional Police Law Enforcement team, and there are plenty more games throughout March. Some are even against fire fighters. Tickets are just $20 plus tax.
They'll be hitting Mississauga, ON (11); Calgary, AB (12); Edmonton, AB (13); Red Deer, AB (14); Saskatoon, SK (15); Grande Praire, AB (17); Fort McMurray, AB (19); Victoria, BC (20); Vancouver, BC (21); Winnipeg, MB (22); Hamilton, ON (27); Waterloo, ON (28); London, ON (29); Oshawa, ON (30); and Ottawa, ON (April 1).
Besides the game, there is also a laser show, the Call2Recycle Little Tykes team, and local synchronized skating team.
Over the past 23 years, The Oldtimers' Hockey Challenge has staged games in 48 cities all over Canada, aising more than $8.5 million for hundreds of charities.
A portion of the proceeds from each ticket will go to Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics.nike dunks high 2009 2017 , Nike Air Max 97 Ropa Orgasmica