Scotiabank Hockey Day in Canada will be broadcast live from Owen Sound, Ontario Saturday, January 29, 2022.
Hosted by Ron MacLean and featuring Sportsnet’s all-star roster of NHL hosts, analysts and reporters, Scotiabank Hockey Day in Canada 2022 promises to be a spectacular event that will shine the national spotlight on Owen Sound and celebrate the community’s rich cultural landscape, diversity, and love for the game of hockey.
Wednesday, January 26
The Music of Hockey Day at the historic Roxy Theatre. Hosted by Ron MacLean, the event features Dave Bidini and the Bindi Band, performances from Jake Clemons, Emm Gryner, Stephen Stanley, Sportsnet’s Tara Slone, and NHL alum Bryan Trottier. Local artists Tyler Becket and Rob Elder will also be in attendance.
Thursday, January 27
Scotiabank Hockey Day in Canada heads out in the community, conducting school visits and on-ice hockey clinics courtesy of the Toronto Maple Leafs and NHL Alumni.
Following the on-ice clinics, Sportsnet’s Jeff Marek and Elliotte Friedman host a live taping of 32 Thoughts: The Podcast from Heartwood Concert Hall in Owen Sound’s River District.
Local fare sourced from Grey and Bruce Counties will be featured at the Scotiabank Hockey Day in Canada Banquet on Thursday evening. The event will be hosted by Sportsnet Central’s Ken Reid and Evanka Osmak and will feature Ron MacLean, Cassie Campbell-Pascall and several NHL Alumni.
Friday, January 28
Friday starts with the NHL Hockey is for Everyone Breakfast with Andrew Ference and the Stanley Cup, followed by a day filled with on-ice clinics and school visits.
Friday afternoon the High School teams from St Mary’s & Owen Sound District will meet each other in a Girls match at 1:15 pm and a Boys game at 3 pm
The day caps off with the Scotiabank Hockey Day in Canada Celebrity and Alumni classic featuring NHL and Owen Sound Attack Alumni.
Saturday, January 29
On Saturday morning Harrison Park will come alive as Ron MacLean and Sportsnet kick off the day-long Scotiabank Hockey Day in Canada marathon broadcast live from Owen Sound. Headlined by live matchups featuring all seven Canadian NHL teams, the national broadcast will celebrate Owen Sound’s rich cultural landscape, diversity, and love for the game of hockey. Sportsnet will announce complete broadcast details at a later date.
In addition to the national broadcast, fans can partake in a celebration of women’s hockey at the Bayshore Community Centre on Saturday, featuring on-ice clinics and information sessions. The City of Owen Sound will play host to a U Sports women’s hockey game when the Waterloo Warriors take on the Windsor Lancers at 2 p.m. Owen Sound native Dollee Meigs is an Assistant Coach with Waterloo.
To cap Saturday evening off, the Owen Sound Attack will host the Guelph Storm at the Harry Lumley Bayshore Community Centre, featuring live pre-game coverage on Sportsnet.
Ticketed events open to the public include:
Music of Hockey Day at the Roxy Theatre;
NHL Hockey is for Everyone Breakfast with Andrew Ference and the Stanley Cup
Scotiabank Hockey Day in Canada Celebrity and Alumni Classic;
Celebrity and Alumni Classic Post-Game Party;
U Sports Women’s Hockey Game: Waterloo Warriors vs. Windsor Lancers.
Commemorative Scotiabank Hockey Day in Canada merchandise is also available in limited quantities at the Attack Shack in the Harry Lumley Bayshore Community Centre or online.
A full schedule of events, ticketing, and volunteer information is available at www.owensound.ca/hockeyday. All events are being planned in accordance with provincial and local COVID-19 regulations and in consultation with Public Health.
For more information and updates on the 4 day event, visit www.owensound.ca/hockeyday/2022 or check Facebook.com/owensoundhockeyday