The Stanley Cup® is coming to the World Junior A Challenge on Saturday, December 17th.
The Cup will be on display on Saturday from 11 am to 9 pm in the WBG – Cornwall Square Fan Zone inside the Cornwall Civic Complex, the host venue for the event. Fans who purchase a ticket to one of the semi-final games on Saturday (2 pm and 7 pm) will have a chance to take a picture with the most popular and historic trophy in professional sports.
Along with the Stanley Cup®, visitors to the WBG – Cornwall Square Fan Zone can expect to see some other items from the Hockey Hall of Fame including the Conn Smythe and Hart Memorial Trophy. There will also be Cornwall-themed hockey artifacts on display like Chad Kilger’s hardest shot stick from 2006, skates belonging to Canadiens legend and Cornwall native Newsy Lalonde, Dale Hawerchuk’s 1981 World Juniors jersey and other items from Cornwall-related players like John Slaney, Doug Gilmour, Owen Nolan and more. There will also be interactive games for the young hockey fans to enjoy.
Tickets to the Saturday semi-final games are only $19 and they can be purchased in advance at the Benson Centre or Aquatic Centre or at the Civic Complex box office on game day.
The Stanley Cup® will only visit for one day, but the remaining activities in the WBG – Cornwall Square Fan Zone will continue on Sunday, December 18th. Tickets to the medal games are just $20 each!
For additional information on the World Junior A Challenge, please visit www.HockeyCanada.ca/WJAC.