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Hockey Manitoba Tim Hortons Face-Off announced for 6-under players

by Hockey Manitoba  |  September 13, 2010 4:09 pm

Hockey Manitoba is pleased to announce the inaugural Hockey Manitoba Tim Hortons Face-Off to take place on Saturday, October 2 at the MTS Iceplex. This special event has been created to allow Initiation Program players, 6-Under, the chance to kick off their season with a bang. These players born in 2004 &2005 will take part in 3 games throughout the day as well as enjoy great promotions and prizes associated with the event for only $30 per player.

Registration for the event is based on an individual player basis, and is now open online. Players will be placed on 1 of 8 teams in the event, with rosters of 15 players per team. All players will receive "Hockey Manitoba Kids" jerseys and socks to wear and take home after the event. Players will also receive a Sidney Crosby mini-stick with ball from Tim Hortons, who is the official event partner. In addition all players will receive 2 tickets to the Manitoba Moose game on Saturday, October 16th versus the Grand Rapids Griffins courtesy of Hockey Manitoba.

President of Hockey Manitoba, Brian Franklin, notes "we're very pleased to offer this event to Initiation players from across the province to get their season underway, and for some their minor hockey career as it may very well be their first hockey games ever. We're also excited to have Tim Hortons on board with this special occasion as it's a natural fit considering their background supporting grassroots hockey.

Hockey Manitoba will also provide Hockey Parent Orientation information at the event as well Tim Hortons will be providing product donation for parents. Interested parents are also eligible to apply to be Team Coaches for the event, either on-ice or on bench. Applicants must currently hold IP coach certification and Respect In Sport certification in order to be considered.

Full event details can be found at


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