USA Hockey’s selling tickets to the World Junior Summer Showcase

USA Hockey Arena is selling tickets to the World Junior Summer Showcase in Plymouth, MI from July 26th through August 3rd. I highly, highly recommend taking in the tournament if you are able to do so as the top Under-18 players for the U.S., Canada, Finland and Sweden all take part–as will several Red Wings draft picks.

I’m not sure whether I’ll make the tournament as it’s possible that I will be on vacation in Grand Marais, MI, but this is an event that’s so much fun that I would almost be willing to sacrifice my vacation to attend.

Here’s part of USA Hockey’s press release announcing the sale of tickets:

Tickets On Sale for 2019 WJSS

Event Set for July 26-August 3 in Detroit Suburb of Plymouth at USA Hockey Arena

Daily ticket passes are on sale now for the 2019 World Junior Summer Showcase, which will take place July 26-August 3 in the Detroit suburb of Plymouth at USA Hockey Arena.

The event features the best Under-20 players from four nations – the U.S., Canada, Finland and Sweden – auditioning for a spot to represent their country in the 2020 International Ice Hockey Federation World Junior Championship set for Dec. 26, 2018 – Jan. 5, 2019, in Ostrava and Trinec, Czech Republic. Several of the expected participants are notable NHL prospects, including 22 alumni of USA Hockey’s National Team Development Program, which is based out of USA Hockey Arena.

Tickets to the games are available at the USA Hockey Arena Box Office (14900 Beck Road, Plymouth, Michigan) or by calling (734) 453-8400 or at All sessions are day tickets (one price for both games) with the exception of Tuesday, July 30, which will be a one-game pass. Games on Saturday, July 27, and Sunday, July 30, are $5, while games on Tuesday, July 30, Wednesday, July 31 and Friday, August 2, will be $10. Tickets for Saturday, August 3, will be $20. All tickets are general admission with the exception of Saturday, August 3, which will have reserved seating. Parking is free with the exception of August 3, where there will be a $5 charge per vehicle.

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