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Two Week Countdown for 2007 RBC Royal Bank Cup
April 19, 2007

PRINCE GEORGE – There are two weeks—a mere 14 days—remaining until the start of the 2007 RBC Royal Bank Cup, and with the state of Junior hockey currently reaching a fevered pitch in Prince George, organizers couldn’t be more pleased.

“The level of anticipation for this event seems to rise at a monumental pace the closer we get,” said event co-chair Dan Rogers. “I don’t know which fact is harder to believe—that it was once two years ago, or that it’s now only two weeks away.”

In light of that fact, organizers are pleased to offer further ticket options to those who are unable to take in the entire event. “Tournament passes have been going very well,” said VP of Marketing Phil Beaulieu. “In response to overwhelming requests from fans who are unable to watch all 13 games, we are pleased to unveil additional ticket packages.”

Beginning tomorrow, Friday, April 20, fans will be able to purchase Super Paks, two different options that will include at least one game to each of the visiting teams’ games, two Spruce Kings games and one semi-final game, as well as the Championship Final. The cost of the packages are $90 each, and, like the Tournament Package, are available at Ticketmaster.

“As this is a once-in-a-lifetime event for hockey fans of Prince George to witness the National Junior A Championship here at home, we want to make it accessible to everyone,” added Beaulieu.

The RBC Royal Bank Cup offers a host of exciting events for fans, in addition to the 13 top calibre hockey games. Some of the events include:


Friday, May 4, 7PM CN CENTRE

Free Featuring Firebelly Aerial Acrobatic Dancers and the players competing in the 2007 RBC Royal Bank CupFree sneak peak of the Legends of Hockey Display in Fan Fest at 5PMThe Crease Cabaret and Fan Fest reopen for free access 8 – 9:30 PMTailgate fireworks show with free hot chocolate at 9:30PM


Friday, May 11 at Prince George Civic Centre

Featuring – Guest Speakers Ryan Walter and Paralympic Gold Medalist Paul RosenTickets $60 available at Ticketmaster beginning Wednesday, April 25.

FAN FEST – Friday, May 4 through Sunday, May 13th

At Kin OneCheck out the Legends of Hockey Display and enjoy interactive games that will test your hockey skills and knowledge. On site will be four NHL trophies.


Friday, May 4 through Sunday, May 13th

In AtriumThe perfect place to unwind between games, between periods or whenever you need a break from the action. The Crease Cabaret will feature adult oriented entertainment, including live entertainment and NHL action on the big screen TVs.


Saturday, May 5, 5 – 6:30 PM

prior to the start of GAME ONEFood, entertainment and a whole lot of fun—Courtesy of RBC Financial


Friday, May 11 10:30 AM

Unfortunately for those who didn’t purchase tickets with their VIP package, this event is sold out. However, if people wish to add their name to the waiting list, they can e-mail their name to the Event Office at HYPERLINK ""

ALL ticket packages including the FULL TOURNAMENT PACKAGE, SUPER PAKS and tickets to the NATIONAL AWARDS GALA are available from Ticketmaster—charge by phone at 250-614-9100 or on-line at

The 2007 RBC Royal Bank Cup is the National Junior A Hockey Championship. It will take place in Prince George from May 4-13 with the Prince George Spruce Kings as the host team. Tickets for the RBC Royal Bank Cup are available online at or by contacting Ticketmaster (250)614-9100.


Dan Rogers (250) 564-1309

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