Where to get your hockey fix during the NHL lockout

Craving your hockey fix? Going crazy because of the NHL lockout? We name the top 10 places in the world to visit for your dose of all things hockey. By Nicole Feenstra, QMI Agency

Visit an NHL arena: Though your favourite team won’t be playing, your local NHL arena will still be open during the lockout, offering tours to tourists and fans. Check the website of the arena in your area for details, as tour times and prices differ in each market. cheap nfl jerseys For example, the Air Canada Centre in Toronto charges up to $20 for a tour, while the Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary asks for charitable donations as admission instead. (DARREN MAKOWICHUK/QMI Agency)

The Birthplace of Hockey: Windsor, Nova Scotia is widely considered to be the birthplace of Canada’s favourite frozen game and the town offers several hockey related attractions for visitors. Stop by and see the oldest hockey rink in Canada in the Stannus Street Rink or visit King’s College, where the game was first played in 1800 on Long Pond. Be sure to save time to visit the Birthplace of Hockey Museum, a truly historical attraction operated by the Windsor Hockey Heritage Society. (Courtesy Town of Windsor)

Wayne Gretzky’s: Hockey’s Great One Wayne Gretzky may no longer play in the NHL, but hockey fans will no doubt enjoy seeing his personal memorabilia and sampling food one of the best hockey players ever approves of at his Toronto restaurant, Wayne Gretzky’s. Fans who just can’t get enough of Gretzky should head about two hours south of Toronto to Wayne Gretzky Estates winery in Niagara on the Lake. Sample the Great One’s vintages and purchase any number of No. 99 souvenirs from the gift shop. (Veronica Henri/QMI Agency)

Craving your hockey fix? Going crazy because of the NHL lockout? We name the top 10 places in the world to visit for your dose of all things hockey. By Nicole Feenstra, QMI Agency

Visit an NHL arena: Though your favourite team won’t be playing, your local NHL arena will still be open during the lockout, offering tours to tourists and fans. Check the website of the arena in your area for details, as tour times and prices differ in each market. For example, the Air Canada Centre in Toronto charges up to $20 for a tour, while the Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary asks for charitable donations as admission instead. (DARREN MAKOWICHUK/QMI Agency)

The Birthplace of Hockey: Windsor, Nova Scotia is widely considered to be the birthplace of Canada’s favourite frozen game and the town offers several hockey related attractions for visitors. Stop by and see the oldest hockey rink in Canada in the Stannus Street Rink or visit King’s College, where the game was first played in 1800 on Long Pond. Be sure to save time to visit the Birthplace of Hockey Museum, a truly historical attraction operated by the Windsor Hockey Heritage Society. (Courtesy Town of Windsor)

Wayne Gretzky’s: Hockey’s Great One Wayne Gretzky may no longer play in the NHL, but hockey fans will no doubt enjoy seeing his personal memorabilia and sampling food one of the best hockey players ever approves of at his Toronto restaurant, Wayne Gretzky’s. Fans who just can’t get enough of Gretzky should head about two hours south of Toronto to Wayne Gretzky Estates winery in Niagara on the Lake. Sample the Great One’s vintages and purchase any number of No. 99 souvenirs from the gift shop. (Veronica Henri/QMI Agency)

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