This year’s event is sold out for teams and banquet tickets. We are however wait-listing individual players that might have an opportunity to play if a scheduled player on a team needs to drop out. If you wish to be included on the wait-list, email us at BirthplaceOfHockey@gmail.com.
Watching the games at LONG POND is free to attend and watch including players Ray Bourque, Andre Moose Dupont and Joe DiPenta.
Long before Olympic glory and the cheering of sold-out crowds, hockey was just a game that children from Windsor, Nova Scotia had adapted to play on Long Pond.
Two hundred years later, hockey is more than Canada’s national winter sport – it’s our national passion. This January, you can help us in our continuing efforts to preserve the history of our incredible sport.
The Long Pond Heritage Classic committee in support of the the Birthplace of Hockey and the Windsor Hockey Heritage Society invites you to celebrate the origins of our great game at the 2017 Long Pond Heritage Classic.
Funds raised from the Classic will support the Windsor Hockey Heritage Museum, ensuring that future generations can learn about and experience hockey history.
Contact us to express your interest and we’ll keep you informed as the coming year’s events are rolled out.