Hometown Hockey is Coming to Halton Hills Soon – inhalton.com

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Rogers Hometown Hockey releases full tour schedule for 2019-20
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On Sunday, the event will centre around an original six matchup — the Toronto Maple Leafs hitting the road to face-off against the Chicago Blackhawks.

Rogers Hometown Hockey stops in Fort McMurray in November

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Welland will be showcased on national television in November for a weekly tradition that takes place during the regular National Hockey League season.

Fort McMurray is joining 24 other communities as a stop for this years Rogers Hometown Hockey tour. The hockey tour will be at MacDonald Island Park from November 23 to 24.

Hosted by Tara Slone and broadcasting icon Ron MacLean, the event will celebrate hockey and its local roots on the weekend of Nov. 9 and 10.

The two-day tour will include live entertainment, NHL alumni autograph signings and meet and greets, games and community events.

It was announced Tuesday that Rogers Hometown Hockey will broadcast from the rear of Wellands civic square in the downtown core.

This is not the first time the tour has been in Fort McMurray, previously stopping in the municipality in November 2014.

“This event is a fantastic opportunity to showcase our communities and spirit while offering residents a weekend of unforgettable experiences and festivities,” he said.

On Nov. 24, fans will be able to join Ron MacLean and Tara Slone for the broadcast of a live pre-game event and watch that night’s game where the Edmonton Oilers will face off against the Phoenix Coyotes.

“Hockey brings Canadians together from coast-to-coast. It allows us to imagine new possibilities and share the stories that unite the country,” said MacLean in a statement.

“It has been a privilege to tell Canada’s hockey stories over the past five seasons and we are grateful for the chance to hit the road for season six; seeing old friends and meeting new ones, and getting to the heart of this country’s insatiable passion for hockey,” said Slone in a statement.

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