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Titan to wear limited edition jerseys for #HockeyWeekend

BATHURST – Hockey has become our “fifth season,” making the long winters in Northern New Brunswick enjoyable for the whole family. #HockeyWeekend is just that – a celebration of our love for Canada’s favorite game. From the past, the present and the future, #HockeyWeekend this year showcases the history of hockey and how deeply rooted the love for the game is in our community of Acadie-Bathurst.

The Acadie-Bathurst Titan will host their 6th #HockeyWeekend February 21-24 as the Titan play three home games in 4 days. To commemorate the strong hockey heritage in our community, for the first time in Titan history; the Acadie-Bathurst Titan will be wearing a Limited Edition jersey that will be worn exclusively for the three games during #HockeyWeekend. The jersey incorporates the past, the present, and future of hockey in our community; from the design of the jersey resembling the Bathurst Papermakers, the colors representing the Acadie-Bathurst Titan, and featured within the jersey is the minor hockey logos from the associations in our region.

The Limited Edition #HockeyWeekend jerseys will be placed in an auction during the Titan home games from February 21st  to March 2nd, and all proceeds raised from the auction will be divided among the minor hockey associations featured on the jersey.

Tickets are on sale now for #HockeyWeekend at the K.C Irving box office, www.letitan.com or charge by phone 506-549-3200. Be sure to take advantage of the 3 for $33 #HockeyWeekend special before Thursday, February 14th to be entered into a draw for a #HockeyWeekend jersey. Kids enter free for all games during #HockeyWeekend with the purchase of an adult ticket.

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