The NHL All-Star Game is set to take over Toronto this coming February. For hockey fans, the passion of the world’s greatest sport being brought to your doorstep is enticing. While tickets to the game itself may cost about a mortgage payment, there are ways to get in on the action without selling your firstborn.
Tate McRae and Biebs are both slated to perform, so don’t miss the big game on Saturday, February 3rd.
Here’s What’s Happening in Toronto for the All-Star Hockey Game
Coasting into the NHL® All-Star Thursday™ will be the Canadian Tire PWHL 3-on-3 Showcase, showcasing top-tier Professional Women’s Hockey League athletes. This event, held at Scotiabank Arena, will feature a thrilling 3-on-3 game showdown, captivating the audience with the talent of the premier women’s hockey league.
The Molson Fan Bar will have good beer, good food, and hockey-inspired programming, including a live artist creating custom hockey-inspired pieces and a hockey quiz hosted by The Hockey Guys. Rumour has it that some NHL Alumni and players from the newly launched PWHL might even stop by. 👀
It will be open to revellers on Friday, February 2nd, starting at 5pm, and Saturday, February 3rd, starting at 1pm. The Molson Fan Bar is taking over The Bottom Line (22 Front St. W.). The event is free to attend, and all 19+ hockey fans are welcome to attend.
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