$99 Day Passes Now Available Every Day at Molson Canadian Hockey House at Concord Place
January 20, 2010

Molson Canadian Hockey House at the Concord Place Community Celebration Zone is now selling its popular $99 FAN ZONE day pass for every day of the 2010 Olympic Winter Games, including opening night February 12, and the men’s gold medal game and Closing Ceremonies on February 28.

In response to demand from hockey fans, FAN ZONE passes have now been made available for each day the House is open for $99 each. Both the FAN ZONE passes, and the premium VIP Lounge passes including all food and beverages, are available online at www.MolsonCanadianHockeyHouse.com.

The $99 FAN ZONE day pass includes all-day admission to Molson Canadian Hockey House until 2 a.m., complete with in-out privileges, and the opportunity to rub shoulders with hockey greats, celebrities, athletes and hockey fans from across Canada and around the world.

Every FAN ZONE pass includes:

• all-day access to the entertainment and hospitality pavilion

• complimentary food

• every hockey game played on giant HD screens

• nightly performers including The Barenaked Ladies, Sam Roberts, Tom Cochrane, George Canyon, Colin James, The Odds and comedy with Brent Butt and Sean Cullen

• the chance to be part of special events including a February 22 IIHF Triple Gold presentation to the only 22 players to have won Olympic gold, World Championship gold and the Stanley Cup during their careers

Molson Canadian Hockey House at Concord Place is just steps from both Canada Hockey Place and BC Place in downtown Vancouver. At 65,000 square feet, it will be home to the biggest hockey parties in Vancouver. Located on the shores of False Creek in downtown Vancouver, Molson Canadian Hockey House will host fans, players, Hockey Canada and International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) delegates during the 2010 Olympics.

For more information:

Lisa Dornan
Director, Communications
Hockey Canada
403-777-4557 / 403-510-7046 (mobile)


Morgan Bell
Coordinator, Media Relations
Hockey Canada


Esther Madziya
Coordinator, Media Relations
Hockey Canada


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