Stowe, VT @ Thanksgiving

CHE is thrilled to announce our new tournament location in beautiful Stowe, VT.  Youth teams from all over North America are invited to converge on this picturesque mountain town this November 27 – 29 to celebrate American Thanksgiving and battle it out for the Thanksgiving Classic Trophy.  While teams will still be treated to CHE’s first class hockey tournament format, this new event has a bit of a twist…

DSPN4943 CHE has been proudly offering all-inclusive hockey holidays in world class locations for 28 years, the Stowe tournament is our first attempt at providing a cheaper alternative for youth teams.  Rather than making it all inclusive, we’re simply offering a team entry only fee of $1495.00 ($1395 if you sign up prior to October 1st, 2015) and have blocked off a huge number of hotel rooms in Stowe for teams to stay at.  It’s all very simple: sign your team up with a $500 deposit to secure your website by CLICKING HERE, then contact Susan Rousselle with www.gostowe.com to find the hotel rooms that work for your teams budget and schedule.  For full information you can view details on our website.  www.chehockey.com

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Susan Rousselle: 1-802-253-7321 ext. 208  susanr@gostowe.com

Graydon Crowley

Canadian Hockey Enterprises

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Tournament of Champions

After a very successful hockey camp season CHE is changing gears as we head into our youth hockey and adult hockey tournament season.  For the 5th straight year we are thrilled to be hosting our Tournament of Champions (TOC) weekend events in Las Vegas, Montreal and Banff, AB.  All division champions and runner-ups from our 2015 tournaments are invited and those who attend will receive a discount based on whether they won or lost in the finals, but the TOC series is open to all teams looking to get their hockey seasons off to a great start in one of these world class destinations.

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Las Vegas, NV – November 5 – 8, 2015

It’s one of the cheapest places to fly to in all of North America, so getting there isn’t an issue, it’s what you do with your time while you’re there that’s hard to determine.  Whether you like gambling, seeing world renowned shows, late season golf or just watching the people on the strip, Las Vegas is the perfect destination for hockey teams looking for an adventure and great competition.  Teams can stay on our hotel package at the beautiful Excalibur Hotel & Casino right on the strip or book your own accommodations and just pay for the tournament games, which take place at the Las Vegas Ice Center.  What happens in Vegas, stay in Vegas….except the championship trophy in this case.  You can CLICK HERE to register your team until October 5th.

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Montreal, QC – November 13 – 15, 2015

With more Stanley Cup banners than any other team in NHL history, Montreal is home to the most storied franchise in hockey, and perhaps all of sports.  This dynamic city is a perfect mix of old world European charm and new world skylines and is home to some of the worlds best restaurants and bars.  Teams who participate will stay at the Chateau Champlain Marriott, conveniently located in the heart of downtown and right beside the Bell Centre.  A deluxe coach shuttles players to and from the Isatis Sport Chambly 3 rink complex so you can enjoy more than a few post game beverages after battling it out with teams from all over North America.  CLICK HERE to register your team while registration is open until October 13th.

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Banff, AB – November 20 – 22, 2015

The third option for our TOC series is nestled perfectly in the middle of some of the mot stunning peaks in the Canadian Rockies.  Banff is typically known for it’s unbelievable skiing, snowboarding and mountaineering, but this postcard town is a perfect place to take your team this spring.  Banff Avenue is lined from start to finish with plenty of great spots to eat and more than enough places to grab a drink for a small mountain town.  The newly renovated Fenlands Banff Recreation Centre could quite possibly be the most beautiful arenas in the world, with post and beam construction and windows in the rinks, letting the natural light stream through and allowing players on the bench to enjoy alpine vistas while they wait for their next shift.  Teams stay at Caribou Lodge or Inns of Banff along Banff Ave, and will have the opportunity to enjoy this amazing village free of the swarms of tourists that engulf the city in the summer months.  Teams interested can CLICK HERE to register through our website.

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Don’t miss out on your opportunity to get your season kicked off with a bang and have an opportunity to hoist the TOC Cup along with your teammates in one of these truly spectacular tournament destinations.

Graydon Crowley

Canadian Hockey Enterprises