The 2021-22 official Petes game-worn warm-up jerseys designed and produced by Signarama Peterborough powered by Fully Promoted on sale now through the local online auction company ShopCloseBuy.ca. All proceeds from the sale of the jerseys will support local Try Hockey initiatives, designed to make hockey more inclusive for all.
Fans can bid on game-worn warm-up jerseys of their favourite Petes players, including: Josh Kavanagh, Samuel Mayer, Liam Sztuska, Jonathan Melee, Stevie Leskovar, Zach Lewis, Konnor Smith, Ryan Gagner, Jax Dubois, James Guo, Jaden Reyers, Shawn Spearing, Kaspars Ziemins, Tye Austin, Brian Zanetti, and Sam Alfano.
To bid on the jerseys, click this link and browse through the jerseys up for auction on ShopCloseBuy.ca. Each jersey will have a player description as well as the retail value, starting bid, current bid, bid history, and the start and end date for that particular item.
The jersey auction closes on June 30th, 2022 at 3:00PM. The ShopCloseBuy.ca platform features a soft-close function, which ensures fans don’t miss out. Fans are encouraged to get their bids in now before their favourite player’s jersey is gone! A valid credit card is required to purchase a jersey, which will be automatically processed at checkout.
Petes Season Tickets are now on sale for the 2022-23 Petes season, starting at just $299+HST, Petes Season Ticket Members get access to all benefits and perks, for the lowest price. Season tickets available only while supplies last. To reserve your seats, call (705) 743-3681 ext. 6000 or email email@example.com.
The Peterborough Petes are the oldest continuously operating team in the Ontario Hockey League, having won nine OHL championships and one Memorial Cup championship over 65 years. The Petes have graduated over 180 players to the National Hockey League. For more information, visit www.gopetesgo.com and follow the Petes on Facebook (facebook.com/petesOHLhockey), Twitter (twitter.com/PetesOHLhockey), TikTok (tiktok.com/@petesohlhockey) and Instagram (instagram.com/petesohlhockey).