At the Public Council Meeting last night, City Council were pleased to support a request for funding for three-thousand dollars for the Corner Brook Royals.
The money is to support operations for the Corner Brook Royals who are a part of the newly formed West Coast Senior Hockey League. The hockey games will provide a positive social, recreational, and economic impact on our region. The Royals will focus on the development of local players, will be a predominately volunteer run organization, and offer affordable rates for individuals and families to attend games in our region.
Council would like to thank the dedicated volunteers and players who are committed to reviving hockey and would like to invite residents and area hockey enthusiast to the games at the Civic Centre.
“I am pleased to see the local support and excitement for the Corner Brook Royals and the new senior hockey league; this investment will have direct positive impact on our community. The Corner Brook Civic Centre is a leading arena, events and recreation facility; one of the largest in the province. We have a seating capacity of over 3000 people with additional standing room for 500. We hope fans show their support and fill the stadium at each of the games.”
– Charles Pender, Mayor, City of Corner Brook
“As a hockey enthusiast I cannot wait for the first game in Corner Brook on Saturday. It is going to be a great event for everyone and an exciting night. The four teams are going to provide excellent entertainment and competition at each of the games and I want to encourage everyone to come out and support the newly formed league.”
– Tony Buckle, Councillor, City of Corner Brook
- 7:30 pm, Saturday, March 11th, Stephenville Jets vs Corner Brook Royals
- 8:00 pm, Friday, March 17th, Port aux Basques Mariners vs Corner Brook Royals at the Corner Brook Civic Centre.
- 7:30 pm, Saturday, March 25th, Deer Lake vs Corner Brook at the Corner Brook Civic Centre.
Mayor, City of Corner Brook