GoAces is pleased to offer hospitality at the World Cup of Hocckey 2016 Toronto. Choose from single seating options or suite packages fully catered. 

Single Seating Options

Half Packs:
Seating in GOLD section (Side & End) does not include hospitality or F&B.

Pack 1 (8 games)
1 - Canada vs. Czech Republic Saturday, September 17th – 8:00 PM
2- Russia vs. Sweden Sunday, September 18th – 3:00 PM
3- Czech Republic vs. Europe Monday, September 19th – 3:00 PM
4- Finland vs. Sweden Tuesday, September 20th – 3:00 PM
5 - Canada vs. Europe Wednesday, September 21st – 8:00PM
6 - Czech Republic vs. USA Thursday, September 22nd – 8:00 PM
7 - Semi Final 2 Sunday, September 25th - TBD
8 - Final Game 2 Tuesday, September 27th – 8:00 PM

Pack 2 (8 games)
1 - Europe vs. USA Saturday, September 17th – 3:30 PM
2 - Finland vs. North America Sunday, September 18th – 8:00 PM
3 - North America vs. Russia Monday, September 19th – 8:00 PM
4 - Canada vs. USA Tuesday, September 20th – 8:00 PM
5 - North America vs. Sweden Wednesday, Sept 21st – 3:00 PM
6 - Finland vs. Russia Thursday, September 22nd – 3:00 PM
7 - Semi Final 1 Saturday, September 24th - TBD
8 - Final Game 2 Thursday, September 29th – 8:00 PM

Full Package
Seating in GOLD section (Side & End) does not include hospitality or F&B.

 

17 Games.
Saturday September 17, 2016

1 - 15:30 Preliminary A EUR – USA Air Canada Centre Toronto, Ont.
2 - 20:00 Preliminary A CAN – CZE Air Canada Centre Toronto, Ont.

Sunday, September 18, 2016
3 - 15:00 Preliminary B RUS – SWE Air Canada Centre Toronto, Ont.
4 - 20:00 Preliminary B FIN - NA Air Canada Centre Toronto, Ont.

Monday, September 19, 2016
5 - 15:00 Preliminary A CZE – EUR Air Canada Centre Toronto, Ont.
6 - 20:00 Preliminary B NA – RUS Air Canada Centre Toronto, Ont.

Tuesday, September 20, 2016
7 - 15:00 Preliminary B FIN – SWE Air Canada Centre Toronto, Ont.
8 - 20:00 Preliminary A CAN – USA Air Canada Centre Toronto, Ont.

Wednesday, September 21, 2016
9 - 15:00 Preliminary B NA – SWE Air Canada Centre Toronto, Ont.
10 - 20:00 Preliminary A CAN – EUR Air Canada Centre Toronto, Ont.

Thursday, September 22, 2016
11 - 15:00 Preliminary B FIN – RUS Air Canada Centre Toronto, Ont.
12 - 20:00 Preliminary A CZE – USA Air Canada Centre Toronto, Ont.

 - - - - - Friday, September 23, 2016 Off Day - - - - -

Saturday, September 24, 2016
13 - Semifinals -- TBD Air Canada Centre Toronto, Ont.

Sunday, September 25, 2016
14 - Semifinals -- TBD Air Canada Centre Toronto, Ont.

- - - - - Monday, September 26, 2016 Off Day - - - - -

 

Tuesday, September 27, 2016
15 - 20:00 Championship
W13 – W14 Air Canada Centre Toronto, Ont.

- - - - - Wednesday, September 28, 2016 Off Day - - - - -

 

Thursday, September 29, 2016
16 - 20:00 Championship -- W13 – W14 Air Canada Centre Toronto, Ont.

 

- - - - - Friday, September 30, 2016 Off Day - - - - -
 

Saturday, October 1, 2016
17 - 19:00 Championship -- W13 – W14 Air Canada Centre Toronto, Ont.

* In the event of a game 3 final you will have priority choice to purchase tickets in the same section. 

Suite Options:


20-person suite 200 Level (8 games)
Suites Include:
- Private suite seating
- Fully catered including F&B and bar

 

20-person suite 400 Level (8 games)
Suites Include:
- Private suite seating
- Fully catered including F&B and bar

 

Team Canada, Team Czech Republic, Team Finland, Team Russia, Team Sweden, Team USA, Team Europe and Team North America - will compete in a best-on-best international hockey championship.

The two-week tournament, featuring more than 150 of the best players in the NHL, will progress from thePreliminary Round to the Semifinals and ultimately the Final. All tournament games will be played atAir Canada Centre in Toronto, home of the NHL's Toronto Maple Leafs®. 

The eight teams are split into two Groups, Group A and Group B, for the Preliminary Round (Sept. 17-22), when each team will play its three Group opponents in a round-robin format. Placed in Group A are Team Canada, Team Czech Republic and Team USA, plus Team Europe, a pan-European roster of players from birth countries outside of the Czech Republic, Finland, Russia and Sweden. The four teams in Group B are Team Finland, Team Russia, Team Sweden and Team North America, a selection of the top players from Canada and the United States who are 23 or under as of Oct. 1, 2016.

The Preliminary Round schedule will put the spotlight on two of international hockey's fiercest rivalries onTuesday, Sept. 20, when Team Canada and Team USA face off in Group A and Team Finland and Team Sweden meet in Group B.

North American archrivals Canada and the United States have faced off for the top prize in several international finals, including the 1991 Canada Cup, 1996 World Cup of Hockey, 2002 and 2010 Olympic Winter Games and the 2004 and 2010 IIHF World Junior Championships. The Nordic powers Finland and Sweden have met in the finals of the 1995 and 2011 IIHF World Championships, the 2006 Olympic Winter Games and the 2014 IIHF World Junior Championships.

The top two finishers in Group A and Group B will advance to the Semifinals (Sept. 24 25), where the first-place team from each Group will face an elimination game against the second-place team from the other Group. The two Semifinal winners will meet in the Final, a best-of-three series on Sept. 27, Sept. 29 and, if necessary, Oct. 1.

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