Richard Sevigny was backstop for the Montreal Canadiens alumni when they visited Trail Arena Feb. 16 in 2018. The alumni team visits Hope, B.C. in Jan. 2020.

Habs alumuni to hit the ice in Hope

Tickets on sale for Montreal Canadiens game against Hope locals

Several of hockey’s greatest stars will be coming to the Hope Arena.

AdvantageHOPE says they are “beyond excited” to be hosting a Montreal Canadiens Alumni Tour team vs. Hope, Cascades & Canyons hockey game. The game will be held at the Hope & District Recreation Centre on Jan. 25, and the puck officially drops at 3 pm. Doors will open at 2 p.m.

Tickets are already available for sale at the Hope Visitor Centre. To get on the reservation list for tickets, call 604-869-2021. Limited tickets are available.

Tickets prices will be: Standing only, $15; Bleacher seats, $30; VIP Mezzanine tickets, $60.

In addition to viewing the game from the mezzazine, VIP tickets include a meet and greet, photos and autographs with all of the players after the game. The names of the alumni playing in the game have not been confirmed.

And, for those looking to be one of chosen local hockey players that get to play on the Hope, Cascades & Canyons team against the Montreal Canadiens Alumni team, contact Shannon Jones for more details at shannon@hopebc.ca.

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