Have you ever dreamed of playing hockey overseas? Most kids who grew up with hockey have, I know I did so when I saw an opportunity to play hockey in Iceland I took it. In May 2012 I traveled to Iceland with the Canadian Moose and I had the time of my life! I had so much fun that I started saving right away for the next hockey tour and it was just announced. The Moose have planned a tour to Sweden / Denmark for 5 days with a minimum of three friendly games to be played against the locals. This is your chance to visit another country and also get to experience the hockey culture as well. Let me tell you, with the hockey, the people, the locals and the sightseeing you will have a blast that you will talk about for years.
- Do I have to be Canadian?
- No you do not, our goalie in Iceland was from New Jersey
- Do I have to be really good at hockey?
- No, we had a nice mix of players on our last tour and they all had a blast
- Is it o.k if I’m 100 years old?
- 100 might be pushing it but on the last trip we had guys from 19-65. We had a young team and an old-timer team and also a women’s team.
- How much?
- The Sweden / Denmark tour is $1795 plus airline taxes and team apparel, Probably around $2300 total
- When Is the Tour?
- February 2013
- What do I do to join?
- Visit the Canadian Moose website and get in touch with via email or phone
- How can I stay updated?
- You can sign up for the mailing list on the Moose website, and you can also like the Canadian Moose on Facebook.
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