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Prairie Toyota Clarkson Cup Tour Visits Winnipeg

Hockey fans will be out in full force as the Prairie Toyota Clarkson Cup tour visits Winnipeg on Saturday,August 8th at the MTS Iceplex from 12:00pm-5:00pm. The tour features Canadian Women’s Hockey League stars, Olympic gold medallists and Amazing Race fan favourites, Natalie Spooner and Meaghan Mikkelson. Also there for fans to see is the Clarkson Cup trophy and the tour’s highlight: a 26’ x 20’ mobile synthetic ice rink where kids can test their skills along with two of the best hockey players in Canada.

The tour is proudly presented by the Prairie Toyota Dealers, the Official Automotive Sponsor of the Canadian Women’s Hockey League. Over the course of 8 weeks the event will hit 26 markets across the Prairies.  Full tour dates and times at PrairieToyota.ca

“We’re excited to have the Prairie Toyota Clarkson Cup Tour come to Winnipeg,” said Darrell Cornwall, Director of Prairie Toyota Dealers Advertising Association-Winnipeg. “Hockey is a big part of our community and we’re happy to have the opportunity to help grow the sport in our own backyard.”Schedule for the Winnipeg event:

Saturday, August 8th, 2015
MTS Iceplex – 3969 Portage Ave

(Fans are encouraged to bring skates, helmets and sticks – although a few loaners will be on hand. Helmets must be worn to go on the ice surface.)

Program Changes

Hockey Winnipeg will implement the following changes to our program/leagues for the 2015/16 hockey season.

  • The A3 category for all Minor Bantam & older divisions will be Non Body Checking.
  • The Minor Midget (15 yr. old) division will return as a separate group for the A category. The Midget division will now be 16 & 17 year old players in that category.
  • There will not be a separate Minor Midget (15 yr. old) division in AA level hockey. Midget AA will continue to be a combination of the 15, 16 & 17 year old age groups.
  • The Juvenile division (players in the 18 to 20 age group) has been removed and will not be offered as a program under Hockey Winnipeg’s league structure.