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Play on the Original Home Ice – Long Pond Classic 2020

Long Pond Classic Banquet
Saturday Jan 25, 2020:

Ted Canavan Center,  KES
Doors Open 5 pm | Reception 5:30 | Dinner 6:30
Individual Tickets: $TBD
Table of 10 Tickets: $TBD

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Celebrating the origins of Canada’s game while raising funds in support of the Birthplace of Hockey Museum.

Who will be on your team this year?

*Minimum 3 games per team (8 players per team )
* All players receive a commemorative Legends of Hockey event team jersey
Register today to support the Birthplace of Hockey Museum and the Windsor Hockey Heritage Society
Limited space is available.

Select the Register Link below for Player Eligibility.

Join us in January 2020, come play on home ice…The Original Home Ice – on Long Pond!

The Long Pond Hockey Heritage Classic 2020

Long before Olympic glory and the cheering of sold-out crowds, hockey was 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 offers hockey enthusiasts an historic opportunity to play Canada’s favourite sport on the pond where it all began, more than 200 years ago. Even better, the Long Pond Heritage Classic is a chance to preserve hockey’s legacy, as funds raised through the tournament support the Windsor Hockey Heritage Society and the Hockey Heritage Museum in Windsor, Nova Scotia.

On January 25th, 2020 – players will gather as they did for the inaugural tournament in 2012. They will don custom, vintage-inspired jerseys of the original teams and make the historic trek to Long Pond to play the historic game of shinny on Long Pond, the cradle of hockey in Windsor Nova Scotia the Birthplace of Hockey