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Toronto Icebreakers 15th annual 
Spring Classic
April 8th/9th/10th 2005
Four game guarantee!!! 
Teams come back year after year..ask for references from previous teams.
March 25th/26th 2005--No games Easter Sunday

Five divisions; Senior C, senior recreational I & II,and senior house
  league I and II divisions.
House League II is great for beginner teams.
Guaranteed four games. Cost is $545US. $695Can
All special scheduling requests accepted.
Pretournament practice or exhibition game may be arranged
Our format allows for teams to move up or down a division during the tournament.
Remember.four games guaranteed, likely five games.
All games on Friday and Saturday..no games on Easter Sunday.
All special scheduling requests accepted.
Call for details.
Discounts on hotels and to the Hockey Hall of Fame. Visit Gretzky's Restaurant, CN Tower or Niagara Falls.
Previous teams have included womens teams from California, Nebraska, Colorado, Minnesota, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, Connecticuit, Delaware, and New Jersey plus Quebec & numerous local  teams.
Take advantage of the exchange rate .your dollar goes further in Canada.
Hotel rooms from $89Canadian/quad 
Womens teams are top priority at our tournament,
because thats all we have.
Call 416-579-1560 or email hockeytoronto@sympatico.ca

Additional Information

Submitted by:    Karen Arbour
E-mail address:  hockeytoronto@sympatico.ca
For season:      2004 - 2005
For month:       Apr
City:            Toronto
Country:         Canada

Date submitted:  Nov 20, 2004 at 11:33

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