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HOCKEY24: It's Showtime!
Submitted By Jeff Caplan on Saturday, May 16, 2020
Hockey24 is coming to television soon.  You may remember prior to Covid that many of you submitted videos for HOCKEY24 sponsored by Scotiabank.  

The final product will be airing soon. 

Here is what the HOCKEY24 crew has to say....

Hello from everyone here at Hockey 24!


First off, we wanted to thank you for taking part in helping tell the story of community hockey in Canada. It means a lot that you took the time to share a day of your life with us. So, thank you.


How did we get here?

It all started with an idea, an ambitious, never-before attempted project about hockey – a feature length documentary for Canadians, by Canadians. Filmed all on one day, representing every day in community hockey, we received thousands of user-generated content submissions, like yours, showing us why Canada loves hockey, as players, coaches, parents, guardians and fans. When we set out to make this film, we wanted to see how hockey binds Canadians in different communities across the country. Now, more than ever, it’s the bond that we all need.


When can you see it?

The time has finally come, and Hockey 24 will make its world premiere on  Sportsnet and Sportsnet NOW at 7 p.m. and again at 11:30 p.m. ET, on Sunday, May 24th. On May 25th, the documentary will be available on the Hot Docs website for a special encore screening and a French subtitled version of the documentary will air at 9 p.m. EDT on May 31st on TVA Sports. From the wide-range of content that both inspired us and made us laugh to the values hockey instills, we couldn’t be more excited for you to see the final product you helped create. So, mark your calendars, grab some popcorn and gather your loved ones to experience the bond hockey creates for us all. Also, be sure to follow @ScotiaHockey on social media and use #Hockey24 to join in on the conversation.


That's all for now. We just wanted to update you on the film’s premiere and get you excited to watch the finished product from the comfort of your home.


Make sure to visit for the trailer and all airing details.


Thank you!

The Hockey 24 Crew



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