Pre-Competition Schedule Announced for 2010 IIHF World Junior Championship
October 20, 2009

Communities throughout Saskatchewan – Humboldt, Moose Jaw, Prince Albert, Regina, Swift Current, Unity and Weyburn – will play host to games involving the top under-20 teams in the world.

It’s exciting that cities and towns throughout the hockey-mad province of Saskatchewan will get the chance to see the rising stars of the game,” says Scott Smith, chief operating officer of Hockey Canada. “We expect great crowds at each of these games.”

Saskatoon and Regina will play host to all games during the championship. The pre-competition games will give fans outside the two major centres the chance to be a part of the event.

“As a host committee, these games are our opportunity to share this event with communities outside of Saskatoon and Regina,” says Jack Brodsky, president of the 2010 IIHF World Junior Championship host organizing committee. “These communities will have the chance to show our visiting teams what Saskatchewan hospitality is all about.

Ticket sales information:

Humboldt - $20/each

On sale now at the Humboldt Broncos office – 306.682.5575 or City of Humboldt – 306.682.2597

Prince Albert - $25/adults $15/children

Raider season ticket holders have until November 3rd to purchase their tickets. On sale to the general public @ 9am November 4th online @

Unity - $30/each

On sale November 1st from 1p – 5pm at the Unity Community Centre

Swift Current - $25/each

On sale now @ Swift Current Broncos office – 306.773.1509

Moose Jaw - $25/each

On sale October 20th @ Moose Jaw Warriors office – 306.694.5711

Weyburn - $25/each

On sale now @ Weyburn Red Wings office – 306.842.2212

For further information:


Al Ford - AGM 2010 WJC


Moose Jaw

Corey Nyhagen


Prince Albert 

Bruce Vance 


Swift Current

Jordan Wall



Carey Baker



Mathew Warren



Darrell Lessmeister



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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