In conjunction with the Amateur Hockey Association of Illinois (AHAI), the Chicago Blackhawks are excited to announce the first ever Youth Hockey On-Ice Photo at the 2015 Illinois High School Hockey Championships, presented by Chicagoland and Northwest Indiana Chevy Dealers.
Want to be a part of history? We need the support of your organization. This Youth Hockey On-Ice Photo will take place around the Blackhawks logo at center ice after the Red Division Championship game on March 22 at 12 p.m. Please share this with players and parents in your hockey community.
All players wearing a current youth hockey jersey will be allowed to go on the ice for the largest youth hockey photo in Illinois history.
To be a part of history, click here to purchase your $5 tickets to the Illinois High School Hockey Championships and follow the instructions below:
- Click “Got an offer code?”
- Enter your organization’s case sensitive password
- Enter the number of Adult Tickets needed
- Enter the number of Junior Tickets needed (on-ice photo participants)
Please note that all tickets to this event are General Admission seating.
Youth Hockey Organization Awards
1st Place: The organization with the highest attendance at the Illinois High School Hockey Championships will receive one full game-day scrimmage experience at the United Center during the 2015-16 season.
2nd & 3rd Place: The organizations with the 2nd and 3rd highest attendance at the Illinois High School Hockey Championships will be invited down to the United Center for a private Locker Room Tour on a non-game day.
4th and 5th Place: The organizations with the 4th and 5th highest attendance at the Illinois High School Hockey Championships will be invited to the United Center to watch a Blackhawks practice.
*Youth Hockey Organization Awards determined solely through Ticketmaster online sales.
Please contact the Chicago Blackhawks at 312-455-7000 with any additional questions.
Sunday, March 22, 2015
Girls Division: 9 a.m.
Red Division: 12 p.m. (Live on CSN)
Combined Division: 3 p.m.
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