10 minor hockey teams in B.C. could win 25 tickets for each of their teams

10 minor hockey teams in B.C. could win 25 tickets for each of their teams

Play hockey? You can win tickets to the 2014 Tim Hortons Heritage Classic in Vancouver

We're giving 25 tickets to 10 lucky minor hockey teams around B.C. Tell us an inspiring hockey story on our online Contests page to enter.

Your whole team could win tickets to this year’s Tim Hortons NHL Heritage Classic.

To apply, just submit an entry to Black Press Contests. Tell us how hockey, your team, or your favourite player has inspired you, and your team could win 25 tickets to to watch the Vancouver Canucks play the Ottawa Senators at BC Place.

Anyone can enter on behalf of their team, or their favourite B.C. minor hockey team.

10 minor hockey teams from British Columbia will each receive 25 tickets to attend the Heritage Classic, held on March 2 in Vancouver’s BC Place stadium.

This year’s Tim Hortons Heritage Classic will hold up to 55,000 fans, eager to watch a vintage, clearly Canadian showdown between the Canucks and Senators.

“Playing in front of 50,000 fans, the atmosphere will be amazing,” Canucks defenceman Kevin Bieksa said in December, when the Tim Hortons NHL Heritage Classic’s arena was unveiled. “Most of us grew up learning how to skate outdoors. We’ve been watching these games for a few years now and chomping at the bit hoping we could get into one.”

Kevin Bieksa got his wish. Will you, too?

*Submit your entry before Friday, February 21, 2014.

Go to our contest page Online by clicking Contests at the top of your local Black Press newspaper’s website.

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