If you are an athlete, sports enthusiast or just looking for great entertainment, Ottawa is the place to be for the next 4 weeks! With the Grey Cup looming and the upcoming NHL Outdoor Classic kicking things off, there is plenty to see and do. Here is a brief list of events to add to your must-see schedule:
The Ottawa REDBLACKS are thrilled to be hosting 105th Grey Cup presented by Shaw in our Nation’s Capital on November 26, 2017. As the host, RNation is looking forward to bringing together die-hard football fanatics from across the country with a new generation of up-and-coming passionate patrons.
The 105th Grey Cup will be played on Sunday, November 26 at 6 p.m. ET. This will be the first time the Stadium at TD Place has hosted the CFL championship game since TD Place and Lansdowne’s rejuvenation in 2014. Ottawa has hosted this quintessential Canadian event seven times, the last being in 2004. For more info and tickets, please visit https://www.ottawaredblacks.com/105th-grey-cup-tickets/
NHL Outdoor Classic
The Ottawa Senators and Montreal Canadiens will close a 100-year-old circle Dec. 16 when they meet in the 2017 Scotiabank NHL100 Classic in an outdoor game at Lansdowne Park.
The Senators and Canadiens, two of the founding members of the NHL, met on the League’s opening night, Dec. 19, 1917. The NHL100 Classic will be the culmination of the League’s Centennial celebrations and coincide with Canada’s 150th celebration, the Senators 25th anniversary and the Stanley Cup’s 125th birthday. For tickets and more information, please visit: https://www.nhl.com/news/ottawa-montreal-to-play-in-nhl100-classic-at-lansdowne-park/c-287808210
Roar of The Rings
Ottawa’s Canadian Tire Centre will play host to the 2017 Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings from Dec. 2-10, This is a wonderful opportunity to see some of Canada’s greatest curlers. For more information and tickets, please visit: http://www.curling.ca/2017roaroftherings/
From Football to hockey, to curling, the winter sport season is just kicking off with more around the corner. Why hibernate when you can enjoy the snowy season with sports!