Tickets still available for World Junior A Challenge

Hockey championships run Nov. 7-13 at the Langley Events Centre

The world is coming to Langley – will you be there?

Single-game tickets are now on sale for the 2011 World Junior A Challenge – see all 13 WJAC games, plus both CJHL Prospects Games.

The tournament, which begins Monday (Nov. 7) and runs until Sunday (Nov.13) features the top junior A (16-20) hockey players from Canada, the United States, Russia, Sweden and the Czech Republic.

The Canadian squad is split into two teams: Canada West and Canada East.

The U.S. are the three-time defending champions of the event.

For tickets click here http://www.ticketmaster.ca/WJAC Tickets.

Tickets can also be purchased at the Langley Events Centre.

Visit the www.langleytimes.com for daily updates.

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