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QUEBEC INTERNATIONAL PEE-WEE HOCKEY TOURNAMENT
Submitted By Jennifer Buttar on Sunday, December 1, 2019
The Central Ontario Wolves Pee-Wee Team will be competing in the Quebec International Pee-Wee Hockey Tournament (Tournoi International De Hockey Pee-Wee De Quebec) from February 12-23, 2020.

The Quebec International Pee-Wee Hockey tournament is the most prestigious Minor Hockey Tournament in the world, with 120 teams participating in five categories. In 2019 there were 19 participating countries. The 10-day tournament will take place in seven different arenas. All teams play their first game at the Videotron Centre, where they could be playing in front of 10,000 people.









 




The team will be able to experience Quebec Winter Carnival while they are there, and Rogers Hometown Hockey will also be making a stop at the tournament.

Congratulations to the Pee-Wee team and coaching staff on this very exciting opportunity! We wish the team the best of luck at this World Class Hockey Tournament.


Go. Wolves. Go!
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