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Tickets Now on Sale for 2006 RBC Royal Bank Cup
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March 19, 2006
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Tickets are now on sale for all games of the 2006 RBC Royal Bank Cup, emblematic of national Junior A hockey supremacy, through Ticketmaster, announced Randy Gumbley, Chairman of the Host Organizing Committee and Coach of the Host Team, the Streetsville Derbys.

“We are delighted to open up these games for sale to the public,” explained Gumbley. “We believe that the community will support this event and we challenge community groups everywhere to buy tickets and support the RBC Royal Bank Cup so that together we can forever put to bed the notion that this area does not support major amateur events. The hockey will be exciting and very high level as befits a national junior A hockey championship.”

All games will be played in the Powerade Centre, home of the Ontario Hockey League’s Brampton Battalion. “It’s a great place to play in and to watch a game,” explained Gumbley. “ With almost 5,000 seats, private suites, a full service restaurant, prize giveaways, and nightly entertainment, we hope to raise the bar and provide great excitement for the fans.”

Single game walk-up tickets start at $14 for the round-robin portion of the RBC Royal Bank Cup Cup, which runs from May 6 – 14. The two semi-finals are priced at $25 each, and the Final on May 14 is priced at $30. Thirteen - Game Tournament Packages start at $175, and Four - Game Team Packages are $80. There are also additional ticket discounts for group purchases.

Tickets are now available at Ticketmaster at www.ticketmaster.ca, or 416-870-8000, or through The Powerade Centre Box Office at 905-459-9340.

For more information, contact the Streetsville Derbys at 905-542-7311, or on the web at www.derbys.ca.


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