Limited Number of Tickets On Sale Now for Petes PWHPA Day Game
A limited number of tickets are now available for sale to the general public for the Peterborough Petes’ first ever school day game on February 10, 2023, featuring the Professional Women’s Hockey Players Association (PWHPA). The puck will drop at the Peterborough Memorial Centre at 11am on February 10 for a regular season Secret® Dream Gap Tour game between Team Scotiabank and Team Harvey’s, which is the first of four games in the PWHPA Showcase presented by the OHL.
Tickets are available in Gibson’s Finest Club Sections C6, C8 and C21, as well as The Sandbar Presented by Sandbagger and the PMC Pub and Grill, and start at just $24.99 (plus tax and fees) for the game. The game will feature the top professional and Olympic women’s hockey players in the world including the likes of Olympic and World champions Marie-Philip Poulin, Rebecca Johnston, Blayre Turnbull, Jessie Eldridge and more.
Click here to purchase Secret® Dream Gap Tour tickets, while supplies last
To purchase tickets, visit the PMC Grant Thornton Box Office online, in person, or call (705) 743-3561.
Petes Season Ticket Members still have access to redeem their complimentary PWHPA tickets (up to the number of Petes Season Tickets on their account). A limited number of seats are also still available for local school groups by contacting Hailey Bentley by email or at (705) 743-3681 ext. 6000.
“The Petes are excited to open up tickets to the general public, who have the opportunity to join thousands of local school children, educators, and Season Ticket Members on February 10 to cheer on some of the best hockey players in the world,” commented Burton Lee, Petes Executive Director of Business Operations.
Founded in 2019, the PWHPA features four teams comprised of 100 of the world’s best female hockey players and was formed with the goal of creating a sustainable league that provides equity, fairness, and opportunity in women’s professional hockey. Thus far, the 2022-23 Secret® Dream Gap Tour has stopped in several cities including Montreal, Truro, Pittsburgh and Ottawa, with more events across North America to come throughout the second half of the season.