The Ottawa 67’s will face rivals Kingston in a pair of pre-season games in preparation for the start of their 50th Anniversary Season. On Tuesday, the Barber Poles announced that their September 15 tilt with the Frontenacs will be played at the CIH Arena in Rockland at 7:00 p.m.
“The 2017-18 season is a big one for our hockey club both on and off the ice and we’re excited to visit Rockland for this important pre-season contest,” said General Manager James Boyd. “Ensuring this hockey club has various touch points in our community is an important element to our 50th Anniversary Season as we not only want to celebrate 50 years of history but inspire the future generations of hockey talents who we hope aspire to wear the Barber Poles.”
The September 15 game marks the final pre-season test for the 67’s who enter the 2017-18 season with plenty of excitement driven by a maturing squad of talented players mixed with some exciting young talent not to mention the remarkable experience added to the front office and behind the bench.
“The Canadian International Hockey Academy is proud to welcome the Ottawa 67’s for a third time at the CIH Arena,” said Annie Bourdeau, Executive Director of CIH Academy. “Having a Major Junior hockey team play at the arena brings the action to the Prescott-Russell region and we hope that citizens from all surrounding communities will come cheer on their Ottawa 67s on September 15!”
Tickets are priced at $5 and $10 and are on-sale now by clicking here.
The 67’s open their 50th Anniversary Season on September 21 in Barrie, with their home opener set for Sunday, September 24 against the reigning OHL Champions, the Erie Otters. There will be seven signature games celebrating the 50 years of history that fans can experience by purchasing the Celebration Pack starting at $99 (Click Here).
Season tickets for the 67’s 50th Anniversary Season are on sale now by clicking here, calling 613.232.6767 X1 Option 2, or in person at The Box Office at TD Place. Season Ticket Packages start as low as $325 – less than $10 per game.