Subway Super Series Tickets
2014 Super Subway Series
If you're looking for rising stars in the game of hockey, you're definitely in the right spot, as the Super Subway Series is just one of those exhibitions that is always loaded with moments that will have fans clinging to the edges of their seats. Bringing together three Canadian all-star teams and the Russian Selects, this is an exhibition that boasts some of the brightest young hockey players in the world, making for games loaded with net-ripping shots, spectacular saves and nail-biting moments that have become standard operating procedure over the years. There has never been a better time to put down the remote and head out to see what all of the excitement is about as the Super Subway Series gets underway.
Of course, it doesn't hurt that this is an exhibition only played at some very exciting venues, which tend to be the perfect backdrop for all of the action-packed excitement. Brandon Keystone Centre in Brandon, Manitoba, K-Rock Centre in Kingston, Ontario, Peterborough Memorial Centre in Peterborough, Ontario, KC Irving Regional Centre in Bathurst, New Brunswick and Colisee de Rimouski in Quebec are all hosting games this year, providing opportunities all over Canada to join in the excitement. Once you're there in the middle of the action, with two talented teams trading blows down on the ice, you'll definitely be glad that you're not sitting anywhere else.
Super Subway Series Info
Over the years, the Super Subway Series has grown in terms of its reputation to the point where hockey fans from all over head out to join in the bone-jarring excitement. Though we know the pros are great to watch too, the Junior Hockey League is where the rising stars in the sport craft their skills and look to elevate their game to the next level, providing more than enough incentive to head out and join in the action. Though it took the Russian Selects a little while to really get going, they've turned the corner and now the intensity has been raised to the next level as they battle it out with All-Star teams from the Ontario Hockey League, the Western Hockey League and the Quebec Major Junior Hockey squads. Acting as an exhilarating precursor to the World Junior Ice Hockey Championships, the Super Subway Series is the place to find the next generation of great players clashing down on the ice in front of a great crowd of fans who love this sport every bit as much as you do.
Junior Hockey League Experience
Sure, it can be good to watch your favorite team from your fancy flatscreen TV, particularly in the high-def era, but you still can't reproduce the intensity of actually being with your fellow fans when the game is on the line. There has never been a better time to put down the remote and get out to a game loaded with talented players that know how to bring it on the ice. Will you be there when your favorite player slips by his man and finds the back of the net at a crucial moment of the game? This is hockey at its most pure form and the excitement level is sure to go absolutely through the roof for all of the crucial moments of the big game, providing more than enough excitement to go around.
Super Subway Series History
First started in 2003, this is an exhibition that has grown in prominence around the World Junior Hockey circuit, as it's become the perfect place for young stars to hone their skills. Though the name has changed a couple of times, the excitement level and the intensity remains the same from one year to the next, and you can bank on a great atmosphere all series long once again this time. The Russian Selects have been making a big move in recent years and now the Canadian All-Star squads are licking their chops as they look to reassert their dominance. With some passion and fanfare in the stands and some serious talent down below, this is an experience that will completely speak for itself.
Super Subway Series Trivia
Which team has had the most success in the Super Subway Series?
The answer is the Western Hockey League All-Stars, as they won 19 out of their first 22 games, including one overtime loss.
Super Subway Series Fans
Hockey is one of those sports that gets taken to a different level when you get a chance to see it in person, as the intensity level can never be matched at home no matter how hard people try. Seeing the All-Star teams from the Western Hockey League, the Ontario Hockey League and the Quebec Majors means that you'll be participating alongside some great fan bases, and the excitement gets taken up another notch when you add the Russian Selects and their fan base into the equation. Put it all together and the Super Subway Series remains the place to find some unbelievable hockey from one year to the next.
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