THEMUSEUM will host trophies as part of the Rogers Hometown Hockey Tour
Kitchener, ON – On October 10 and 11, THEMUSEUM will host fifteen trophies from the Hockey Hall of Fame as part of the Rogers Hometown Hockey Tour.
The nation-wide festival, which kicks off at Kitchener City Hall on Saturday, October 10 at 12:00p.m., will share the following trophies with THEMUSEUM for the weekend-long stop: the Prince of Wales Trophy, the Art Ross Memorial Trophy, the Calder Memorial Trophy, the Lady Byng Memorial Trophy, the Presidents Trophy, the Maurice Richard Trophy, the Jack Adams Trophy, the GM of the Year Trophy, the King Clancy Trophy, the Ted Lindsay Trophy, the James Norris Trophy, the Bill Masterton Trophy, the Hart Memorial Trophy, the Georges Vezina Trophy and the Frank Selke Trophy.
“We’re pleased to host such a strong, cultural experience in our space,” says David Marskell, CEO of THEMUSEUM. “The national pride and community spirit that comes with the Rogers Hometown Hockey Tour aligns so well with our mission for ideas to transcend objects.”
The trophies will be viewable at THEMUSEUM between 10:00am and 6:00pm on October 10 and 11 for free. Regular admission will apply to THEMUSEUM exhibitions and special programs.
The Rogers Hometown Hockey Tour features activations from the Scotiabank Community Locker Room, NHL Alumni, and the Sportsnet “Be a Broadcaster Booth.” The Kitchener festivities close with a live performance from the Barenaked Ladies, and a broadcast of the Ottawa Senators vs. Montreal Canadiens game, hosted by Ron MacLean, live from the Sportsnet Mobile Studio.