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Watch the World Cup of Hockey at WaterPark Place!

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In partnership with NHLPA, WaterPark Place and Oxford Proprerties are excited to bring to you the World Cup of Hockey games at WaterPark Place.

Please join us in the Atrium of the 10/20 Bay lobby to cheer on your favourite teams. They will be showing all afternoon games starting today as well as replays and highlights from evening games. See full schedule below.

Be sure to join us this week, starting today until Thursday for the 3PM games for great giveaways, compliments of NHLPA.

On Wednesday at 3PM, look for your WaterPark Place team in the lobby to buy your raffle tickets for your chance to win an authentic signed jersey from Sidney Crosby or Alex Ovechkin! All proceeds will be donated to Jumpstart, a charity which helps kids in financial need to participate in sports and recreation activities of their choice.

Let the games begin!

World Cup of Hockey schedule

Sep 19, 3 p.m., Group Play: Europe vs. Czech Republic
Sep 19, 8 p.m., Group Play: Russia vs. North America
Sep 20, 3 p.m., Group Play: Finland vs. Sweden
Sep 20, 8 p.m., Group Play: Canada vs. USA
Sep 21, 3 p.m., Group Play: North America vs. Sweden
Sep 21, 8 p.m., Group Play: Europe vs Canada
Sep 22, 3 p.m., Group Play: Finland vs. Russia
Sep 22, 8 p.m., Group Play: USA vs. Czech Republic
Sep 24, 7 p.m., Semifinal one
Sep 25, 1 p.m., Semifinal two
Sep 27, 8 p.m., Final: Game one
Sep 29, 8 p.m., Final: Game two
Oct 1, 7 p.m., Final: Game three (if necessary)

Hockey Season Is Here

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Toronto Gears Up for the World’s Best to Take to the Ice!

After 12 years of anticipation, The World Cup of Hockey is back.  This long awaited tournament will kick off tomorrow, Sept. 17th   when Team USA faces off with Team Europe at 3:30pm, followed by Canada and the Czech Republic at 8:00pm on SportsNet and CBC.

There is a lot buzz around the hockey world, especially for Team North America’s young stars.  The squad full of potential breakout players and the future of the NHL consists of American and Canadian players ALL under 23 years old.

Toronto’s Air Canada Centre will play host to all of the International Hockey Tournament’s games where spectators can see the World’s best hockey teams compete.  The All Star line ups feature the national teams from: the United States, Canada, Russia, Sweden, Finland and the Czech Republic.

Scotiabank will be hosting the World Cup of Hockey Fan Village, a 10-day free fan festival in downtown Toronto at the historic Distillery District from Sept. 16th  to Sept. 25th. It will be the epicentre for fans throughout the tournament with something exciting for everyone. The free festival will celebrate the food, music and culture of all participating hockey nations. Each day will feature a new and thrilling line-up of fun  family-oriented activities.

Visit https://www.nhl.com/info/world-cup-of-hockey-fan-village for more information.

Go Canada Go!