Hockey Jersey Day!! Friday, April 9, 2021 in Support of Elsipogtog's Chance to Win Kraft Hockeyville 2021!! Wear a Jersey and Vote for Elsipogtog!!

Posted: April 5, 2021

Hockey Jersey Day!! Friday, April 9, 2021 in Support of Elsipogtog's Chance to Win Kraft Hockeyville 2021!!

On Friday, Esgenoopetitj School will be supporting Elsipogtog by wearing our Hockey/Sport Jerseys!! At home, we all can assist their chances to win the Kraft Hockeyville 2021 and win $250,000.00 for their community PLUS the opportunity to host an ACTUAL NHL Hockey game in Elsipogtog!! 
If you want to vote for Elsipogtog on the Kraft Hockeyville 2021 website: 
Go to:
Click on:
Sign In/Register (Register by filling in the information requested) (Once you've registered, you will just need to hit sign in the next time for any other Kraft Sports contests! 
VOTE for Elsipogtog!! VOTE!! VOTE!! VOTE!!

Friday: Wear your favorite hockey jersey!
Wish them luck!! We all wish Elsipogtog the best of luck for the Kraft Hockeyville 2021!! 

This is a little bit of information about Elsipogtog's plans if they win the Hockeyville 2021!
Chief Young Eagle Recreation Centre in Elsipogtog First Nation, New Brunswick

Elsipogtog First Nation, one of Atlantic Canada's largest First Nation communities, has always considered their arena as a catalyst for connection. Since it opened its doors in 1979, their rink played a special multi-functional role in the community. In addition to hockey, it has been used for community meetings, dances, and even boxing matches. But the primary function has always been to play hockey. Some members of the community feel that the racism or daily challenges faced by First Nations fuel their commitment to the game and constant drive to play harder and better. Elsipogtog First Nations would use the $250,000 prize to repair significant structural damage to their arena which remains inoperable today.

The Kraft Hockeyville 2021 grand prize winner will have an opportunity to host an NHL® Preseason Game and receive $250,000 for arena upgrades. The remaining community finalists will also be awarded $25,000 each for arena upgrades and the winner and each of the three-runner up communities will receive $10,000 to purchase brand new hockey equipment for their minor hockey programs, courtesy of the NHLPA Goals & Dreams fund.