The 9th Annual U 19 A & B All-Star Games, Saturday December 30th

Mark your calendars for Saturday, December 30th

Sponsored by Boston Pizza where each player gets to keep their jersey and can only play once in the All-Star Game. The players are selected by their coaches, while the coaches are selected by the WRL.  Every year the jerseys are re-designed.

The 9th Annual U19 A&B All-Star Games as well as the U14 Skills Competition, supported by Vickar Automotive Group and Boston Pizza, will be held at Seven Oaks Arena.

It’s a great FREE event; come out and support ringette in our community.

Note: Any WRL player who attends wearing their WRL jersey will be entered to win a wind up for her entire team at Boston Pizza! As well there will be a 50/50 draw and other great off-ice prizes!

Doors will open to the public at 10:30 a.m. The U19 all‐star games will be preceded by the U14 skills competition, starting at 12pm with DJ Blitz as the MC. U14 Skills Competition will highlight Fastest Skater, Hardest Shot, and also a Goaltender Challenge.  The event will be live cast on the web, our two senior, in rank and not age, on-ice officials: Myles Blahut providing a live play by play of the game alongside Tamiko Hisanaga providing the technical analysis.

The U 19 A game is scheduled for 2:00 PM and the U 19 B game is scheduled to start at 3:30 P.M. U 19 Sponsored by Boston Pizza where each player gets to keep their jersey and can only play once in the All-Star Game. The players are selected by their coaches, while the coaches are selected by the WRL.  Every year the jerseys are re-designed.

Very special this year, on every all-star jersey is the logo for Keira’s Krusade and “KK” on the front of the jersey.  The WRL is acknowledging eleven year old Keria Bond, who succumbed to brain cancer in June 2017.In memoriam of Keira, number twelve will not be available for any all-star jersey this year. If you would like to provide additional support, please visit:

http://keiraskrusade.com/

Please take a moment to remember Keira

Article by,
Jennifer Ewacha, Director of Publicity