The Ottawa 67’s will celebrate 50 years of history this season and the hockey club wants to ensure that its long list of alumni is part of it.
“50 years is a long time. This hockey club has had a remarkable history and our alumni have gone on to do great things in the NHL, professional hockey around the world, in our community, in the business world and so forth,” said 67’s Governor Jeff Hunt. “This season we want to ensure that all of our alumni have the opportunity to attend at least one game and help us celebrate the past and inspire the future generations of 67’s players and fans.”
Alumni are encouraged to reach out to the Ottawa 67’s to help update and build the hockey club’s alumni database ensuring their participation in this season of celebration.
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“There are a lot of memories and stories from the past half century,” said Brian “Killer” Kilrea. “These celebrations will provide an opportunity for many of us to reconnect, reflect on our time together with the 67’s and relive the stories that made these 50 years so memorable for players and staff alike.”
Throughout the 2017-18 season, the 67’s will pay tribute to each decade of their history from the Denis Potvin era to the prospects of today. The 50 years of hockey history will be commemorated through a legacy project inside The Arena at TD Place that will be unveiled over the course of the season paying tribute to Brian Kilrea and the past, present and future of 67’s hockey. The first element of this legacy project will be unveiled at the team’s September 24th home opener.
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.