Hockey Canada has announced that a small number of ticket packages for the World Juniors 2023 Live Stream in Halifax, Newfoundland and Moncton, New Brunswick, are now available for general public purchase following a successful season-ticket holder and priority draw sales window.
Grant MacDonald, local event lead for the 2023 IIHF World Junior Championship, said, “With less than two months until the World Juniors makes its highly-anticipated return to the East Coast, we are excited to provide more fans across Canada and around the world with the opportunity to be a part of a holiday tradition like no other.” “Fans will be ecstatic to have the opportunity to be a part of this unique and world-class experience,” the priority draw organizers said. “We were pleased with the success of the priority draw and have experienced first-hand the enthusiasm fans have for attending this event in Halifax and Moncton.”
For upper-bowl seats, a 21-game ticket package for the Scotiabank Centre in Halifax is available and costs as little as $1,050 plus taxes each package. For $1,200 plus costs, a lower-bowl option is also available. Each game in Halifax, including both Team Canada preliminary-round contests, two quarterfinals, both semifinals, and the bronze and gold medal contests, is included in both packages. The pre-tournament schedule is expected to be released in the upcoming weeks. The package will also include one ticket for each pre-tournament game played at the Scotiabank Centre.
The Avenir Centre in Moncton also offers a 15-game package with prices starting at at $575 plus fees. The package includes one ticket to the two Moncton quarterfinal games in addition to one ticket to each of the 10 preliminary-round games in Moncton including Latvia, Finland, Slovakia, Switzerland, and the United States. Additionally, it will include one ticket for each pre-tournament game played at the Avenir Centre, which will comprise two games between Team Canada and opponents whose identities will be revealed later.
Fans from coast to coast have begun making travel arrangements to the Maritimes for the 2023 IIHF World Junior Championship following the release of the official event schedule in September. The ticket package for both towns is available right now at HockeyCanada.ca/WorldJuniors for those who want to guarantee their seats for the annual Christmas hockey event.
Visit 2023.worldjuniors.hockey, the official tournament website, for more details on the 2023 IIHF World Junior Championship.
The World Juniors in Canada have a new logo.
In addition, Hockey Canada introduced a new World Juniors logo that will be used consistently beginning with the 2023 competition for all IIHF World Junior Championships held in Canada.
To represent Hockey Canada’s colors, the logo has a white hockey player figure atop a broken red Maple Leaf on a black backdrop. The ten provinces and three territories of Canada, as well as the diverse population of the nation, are represented by the maple leaf, which features a variety of red tones. For future World Juniors held in Canada, the logo will have the same design components in order to maintain brand awareness at one of the biggest hockey tournaments of the year.
“The passion of Canadian hockey fans for the World Juniors is unmatched,” said Dean McIntosh, vice-president of events and properties at Hockey Canada. “We believe we have designed a logo that is uniquely Canadian and matches the passion we see every holiday season.” We are appreciative that the International Ice Hockey Federation gave us permission to design a unified look for the World Juniors that Canada is hosting. By doing this, we can increase the event’s visibility and represent Canadians across the nation each time it is held here.