Oakhurst is once again teaming up with the UMaine Black Bears and UNH Wildcats Men’s Hockey teams to offer a unique experience for young hockey players across the two states. It’s an exciting program we started last year called The Oakie’s Corner Experience. What is it and how can your young player participate?
Here’s How The Oakie’s Corner Experience Works
Oakhurst will select a youth team to be its guest at seven (7) UNH and seven (7) UMaine Hockey home games (see below schedule for games). Each youth team will receive 20 free tickets, special Oakie’s Corner seating in each of the arenas, a visit from Oakie, an opportunity to engage with the University hockey teams, special recognition and gifts the night of the game. Sounds fun, right?
It’s Easy to Become the Oakie’s Corner Experience Team
- Enter at email@example.com
- Tell us the name of your team, your town, age and provide a person to contact (email and phone)
- List the top 2 games your team would like to attend
- Winning teams selected on a first-come first serve basis and notified at the beginning of the University hockey season
- Eligible teams must not have players in 8th grade or above, therefore we are looking for teams in Mite, Squirt and Peewee age groups ONLY
Transportation to and from the game is not provided. Any souvenirs or food items purchased at the arenas will be the responsibility of the teams.
Oakie’s Corner Experience Home Game Schedules
Oct. 25 vs. Alaska at 7PM Oct. 25 vs. Colorado College at 7PM
Nov. 1 vs. Massachusetts at 7PM Nov. 8 vs. Michigan State at 7PM
Nov. 29 vs. Vermont at 7PM Nov. 22 vs. Providence at 5PM
Jan. 3 vs. Canisius at 7PM Jan. 17 vs. Massachusetts at 6:30PM
Jan. 18 vs. Boston College at 3PM Feb. 14 vs. Boston U at 7PM
Jan. 30 vs. Connecticut at 7:30 PM Feb. 21 vs. Connecticut at 7PM
Feb. 7 vs. Notre Dame at 7 PM Feb. 28 vs. Merrimack at 5PM
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