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Ice Hockey Classic Double Pass — Spark Arena Friday, June 22 at 7.30pm
Imagine yourself in a packed Spark Arena, the air is crisp, the tension mounts, the excitement builds and then it happens!
The 2018 Ice Hockey Classic is underway. Two specially selected teams from the USA and Canada (and who doesn’t secretly want Canada to win!) are on the ice and doing battle.
The world-famous rivals were last seen here in 2011 and fans and the curious alike were blown away by the high-intensity action packed game that unfolded. No quarter given, none expected.
Now they’re back and more fired up than ever. And better still we have a double pass up for grabs so you can be there to share in the fun and witness the carnage first hand!
Last time out Canada scraped home in the closing minutes by the barest of margins.
The teams from Canada and the USA feature a collection of current ice hockey stars, illustrious veterans and promising emerging talents showcasing the toughness, speed and skill of international ice hockey which will give clamouring Kiwi spectators the chance to witness a world-class level game for the first time in seven years.
Co-promoted by industry heavyweights TEG Live and TLA Worldwide the upcoming game drew comment from TEG CEO Geoff Jones.
“This is an experience not to be missed with renowned veterans and up and coming players competing in an incredibly high paced and exciting event,”
TLA Worldwide Chairman, Bart Campbell, is looking forward to offering fans a unique sporting experience.“
“Now crowds in Auckland will have the chance to be immersed in the Ice Hockey Classic atmosphere, enjoying everything from the fast-paced game play, to the cheers of passionate fans.”
The indoor sporting spectacular of the year — no contest!
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The teams from Canada and the USA feature a collection of current ice hockey stars.