2014 AHL All-Star Classic set for St. John’s

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American Hockey League President and CEO David Andrews announced Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2013 that the St. John’s IceCaps and Mile One Centre in St. John’s have been selected to host the 2014 AHL All-Star Classic on Feb. 11-12, 2014. The event will see a team of AHL All-Stars face off against Färjestad BK — one of the top professional teams in the Swedish Hockey League — in a two-day event including a Skills Competition on Tuesday, Feb. 11 and the All-Star Game on Wednesday, Feb. 12. The announcement was made at City Hall in St. John’s by Andrews. Speaking at the event were Danny Williams, President and CEO of the St. John’s IceCaps; Glenn Stanford, Governor and Chief Operating Officer; Terry French, the province’s Minister of Tourism, Culture and Recreation; and St. John’s Mayor Dennis O’Keefe.
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  • SayWhat
    September 13, 2013 - 17:59

    Mr. Williams is anticipating an extension from True North on the lease. Don't think so. St.John's has always been plan b for True North. Let's see: St.John's is 3,233 kilometres from the parent club. Next season, just 707 kilometres away from Winnipeg, a brand new, 100 million dollar arena opens in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. For those that do not know, Sioux Falls has just been ranked into the top 10 for American minor sports markets. As for Canada, how about Saskatoon, just 710 kilometres from Winnipeg. After this season, the Saskatoon Blades lose their exclusivity rights on Credit Union Centre. I don't think its any mistake that Winnipeg is playing its last pre-season game in Saskatoon this month. Granted, the Ice Caps are a box office hit, thus the AHL has got to find Mr. Williams another team.