Correct trivia question answer can win Langley residents Prospects tickets

Want to attend the 2016 BMO CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game?

  • Jan. 25, 2016 11:00 a.m.

The Langley Advance giving away tickets to major junior prospects game.

If you know who leads the Langley Rivermen in scoring, don’t hesitate: your correct answer could net you a pair of free tickets to the coveted BMO CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game.

The 2016 BMO CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game is coming to Vancouver’s Pacific Coliseum on Thursday, and the Langley Advance has tickets to give away.

The Canadian Hockey League in association with the host Vancouver Giants of the Western Hockey League, and title partner BMO Financial Group are putting together the game which will bring 40 CHL players considered to be top NHL prospects.

The 40 players competing in the game were chosen by all 30 NHL clubs and divided into teams by NHL Central Scouting.

This season’s event marks the 21st annual showcase of the CHL’s top-40 NHL Draft eligible players featuring talent from the WHL, Ontario Hockey League, and Quebec Major Junior Hockey League competing before hundreds of NHL scouts in attendance.

The Jan. 28 game gets underway at 6 p.m. at the Coliseum, home of the Giants and former home of the Vancouver Canucks.

Want to go?

Answer this simple, trivia question: who leads the Langley Rivermen in scoring?

Send your answer in along with your name and phone number by clicking on this link.

The deadline to enter is 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 27 and the winners will be notified that afternoon. Winners must be able to pick up tickets at the Advance office, unit 112 6375 202nd St.

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