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Tickets for the 2010 Allan Cup semi-final and final games are on sale now at the North Peace Arena.  With only 200 general admission tickets left to the Friday night semi-final and 200 general admission tickets left for the final, you’ll want to get your tickets early.
You can purchase your tickets now at the North Peace Arena.  Tickets will be for sale from 12:30pm to 4pm and 6:30pm until the end of the night game on Thursday and Friday.  Plus ticket will be on sale Saturday starting at 12:30pm.
Tickets for the remainder of the games will be $25 each and can only be purchased at the North Peace Area.
The Allan Cup Committee has also learned that TSN2 will not be broadcasting the Allan Cup Final live.  They will be tape delaying the game and it should air Saturday April 24th at 5:30pm (PST).  That means the only way to see the game is by getting your tickets now.
For out of town fans you can any of the Allan Cup games live at
The Fort St. John Senior Flyers will be playing in the Friday night semi-final game, which starts at 8pm.  If they win, they will advance to the Allan Cup final at 2pm on Saturday April 24th.  For a complete schedule, visit
The 102nd edition of Canada’s oldest amateur hockey championship will be held in Fort St. John April 19th-24th, 2010.  Senior AAA hockey teams from all over Canada will compete with the host Fort St. John Senior Flyers in hopes of becoming Canada’s  senior hockey champions.


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