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Tickets on sale for 2022 OJHL All-Star Celebration

Formal gala, skills competition, four games scheduled for Collingwood on Jan. 14 and 15
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MISSISSAUGA – The OJHL announced today tickets for the 2021-22 Ontario Junior Hockey League All-Star Celebration are now on sale to the general public. 

The weekend event is scheduled for January 14 and 15, 2022 in beautiful Collingwood, Ont. Single-day and two-day tickets are available along with packages that include tickets to all games and the OJHL All Star Gala that will take place Friday, January 14 at 9 p.m.  Single-day tickets cost $25 while a two-day pass costs $30 and a two-day pass plus Gala is $125.

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The schedule for the expanded event will include the following activities on Friday, Jan. 14:

  • 5:30 p.m. - The OJHL Alumni Game
  • 7 p.m. - The inaugural OJHL skills competition at the legendary Eddie Bush Arena.
  • 9 p.m. - A formal gala event to raise funds for the OJHL Foundation and the First Assist Program supporting mental health.

Saturday Jan. 15 will be action packed and fans will be treated to the OJHL All Star Game, which will be televised nationally on CHCH at 3 p.m. as well as the OJHL Prospects Game at 7:30 p.m.  Community events will also be integrated into the event throughout the day.  

"We are extremely excited with the number of events and activities planned for the OJHL All Star Celebration weekend in Collingwood,” said Marty Savoy, Commissioner of the OJHL. “The town of Collingwood and the Collingwood Blues have been tremendous partners in the planning of this event and with the level of support local businesses and fans ticket sales should be purchase ahead of time as we believe this is going to be a sell out for both days."

More information on the event will be released in the coming weeks.

About the OJHL – “League of Choice”

The Ontario Junior Hockey League is the largest Junior ‘A’ league operating under the auspices of the Canadian Junior Hockey League with 22 member clubs. A proud member of the CJHL and Ontario Hockey Association, the OJHL was originally named the Ontario Provincial Junior ‘A’ Hockey League and it was formed out of the Central Junior ‘B’ Hockey League in 1993-94. With a long and storied history of developing players for the next level, including U SPORTS, the NCAA, CHL, minor pro ranks and the NHL, the OJHL had more than 125 commitments in 2019-20– including more than 45 NCAA Division I scholarships.

For more information on the Ontario Junior Hockey League, please visit