5 Reasons to be at the 67’s game this Friday
The Ottawa 67’s are set to do something that has only been done four times so far in the team’s history… retire a players number. This Friday is set to be a historic moment in team history and you don’t want to miss this.
Former 67’s defenceman (and Memorial Cup Champion) Brian Campbell returns to the Arena at TD Place where his number 44 will be raised to the rafters. A rare event in franchise history, which in its own right is reason enough to attend.
For a limited time, Brian Campbell jersey t-shirts with his number 44 will be available for purchase to coincide with his jersey retirement. A piece of team history you will surely want to pick up.
Get a ticket and the t-shirt for only $30. Act fast though, as a limited quantities are available. Click here to get yours now!
After last week’s dominant 11-3 victory on home ice, the 67’s remain undefeated at the Arena at TD Place. The boys look to keep that streak alive against a team that had a dominant performance against them early in the season. The Barrie Colts hosted the 67’s for the season opener and beat the team 11-2. This matchup will certainly be a test for the Barber Poles but definitely one they can handle.
67’s fan favourite, goaltender Leo Lazarez returns to the Arena at TD Place for the first time since his departure this offseason on Friday night.
Travis Barron – The 67’s captain is set to play his 200th game Friday night.
Sasha Chmelevski – After a four-goal weekend, Chmelevski is looking to put on another show for the home town crowd.
Andrei Svechnikov – The Barrie Colts rookie and top-3 projected pick in this year’s NHL Draft has been ripping up the league since his arrival. Currently sitting at 14 points in 10 games, including an astounding 10 goals.