The fourth season of the popular Rogers Hometown Hockey tour will be kicking off on October 7th and 8th in Niagara Falls, bringing an exciting hockey celebration to an iconic Canadian destination. Rogers Hometown Hockey travels all across the country, stopping in towns and cities to celebrate Canada’s national pastime with an exciting festival full of activities, alumni appearances, great giveaways, and more.
And on Sundays you can catch a live broadcast of games with Ron MacLean and Tara Slone, and cheer on your favourite NHL team. On Sunday October 8th in Niagara Falls you can experience a live broadcast of the Montreal at New York Rangers game at 6:30pm and experience a hockey broadcast like never before. The stop in Niagara Falls will be followed by stops in Haliburton Highlands, Ontario on October 14-15th, and Charlottetown, PEI on October 21-22nd, with additional stops being announced at a later date.
This amazing coast-to-coast roadtrip is an exploration of how hockey unites us as Canadians and is an important part of our country’s heritage. It is an experience that hockey lovers won’t want to miss out on and is a wonderful opportunity to visit the magnificent city of Niagara Falls.