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Rivermen Christmas special

The Langley Rivermen Junior A Hockey Club is offering two Christmas ticket specials for the upcoming holidays.

On sale from Dec. 5-30 is a Rivermen four-game family pack and an adult four-game flex pack.

The four-game family pack includes two adult and two student tickets to each game for a price of $69 (regularly $100).

The Rivermen four-game adult flex pack includes four tickets to any Rivermen game for $25 (regular price $40).

With Christmas right around the corner, this will make the perfect gift for the hockey lover in your family.

For more information, contact Brandon Astle at 604-455-8832 or visit the Langley Events Centre, 7888 200 St. Packages are not available online.

The Langley Rivermen have four home games left in December,  with two special Christmas fundraisers.

The first is their first annual Rivermen Food Bank Drive, which will be held during their home game on Dec. 16 versus the Powell River Kings.

Fans are encouraged to bring non-perishable food to the game for the Langley Food Bank.

The second event is the Rivermen’s  first annual Teddy Bear Toss during the Dec. 17 game against the Prince George Spruce Kings.

This time fans are asked to bring soft toys and stuffed animals to throw onto the ice after the Rivermen score their first goal.

The toys will be donated to the Langley Memorial Hospital Society to help sick children over the holidays.

The remaining home games for the Rivermen are on Dec. 28 against the Cowichan Valley Capitols and Dec. 29 against the Nanaimo Clippers.

For tickets to these games call 604-882-8800.

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