We previously saw Ron Maclean in this video about “Rogers Hockey Hometown”
It’s now been announced that “Rogers Hometown Hockey” will be visiting 25 cities in Canada. Including right here in London Oct 12th! Which means the 11th & 12th we’re getting a national hockey festival right here. For all the details about tickets, what’s going on and where exactly this will take place click ==> HERE
Watch Ron Maclean make the announcement on Breakfast Television this morning & his article about it below
September 9, 2014, 10:29 AM
I’m 54. I began to play hockey when I was four in Whitehorse, Yukon. As a military child I skated all over the country and consequently felt the differences in everything from ice textures, to styles of play, to partisan fan worship indigenous to many regions. In some respects I was born into Hometown Hockey. It is a very familiar arena.
And yet, as I’ve ruminated on our new show that commences Sunday, Oct. 12, with the Toronto Maple Leafs visiting the New York Rangers and with our broadcast emanating from London, Ont., I feel a strange responsibility. Hometown Hockey in name alone infers “This is us.” And any time you showcase someone there is an inherent duty to get it right.
Click ==> HERE to read the full article
See the full Hometown Hockey Tour Website ==> HERE
************Don’t forget that the Leafs VS Flyers are playing Sept 22nd at Budweiser Gardens in pre-season action! Get tix ==> HERE *********************
As a hockey fan I’m excited about this. I’m looking very forward to Oct 11th & 12th.