CHL vs Russia, News (TCDMHA)

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Oct 22, 2015 | Vonnie Crawford | 3092 views
CHL vs Russia
The 2015 CHL Canada/Russia Series will be played November 9-19, 2015. The six-game series features regional teams of Canadian National Junior Team candidates competing against the Russian National Junior Team. 

 For the second straight season, the event will open in the WHL beginning with Game 1 on Monday November 9 hosted by the Kelowna Rockets, followed by Game 2 on Tuesday November 10 hosted by the Kamloops Blazers.  The series shifts to the OHL for the middle leg of the series with Game 3 to be hosted by the Owen Sound Attack on Thursday November 12, followed by Game 4 hosted by the Windsor Spitfires on Monday November 16.  The series will once again end in the QMJHL next season with Game 5 hosted by the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies on Tuesday November 17, followed by the Game 6 series finale to be hosted by the Halifax Mooseheads on Thursday November 19.

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Tickets are limited so if planning on attending reserve your ticket today

For additional information on this series check the following link
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