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2010 NHL Face-Off

Hedley, Down With Webster and Hey Rosetta! to rock NHL Face-Off season-opening hockey festival

Wednesday, 09.29.2010 / 12:00 PM / 2010 NHL Face-Off

NHL.com

NEW YORK / TORONTO -- Three of Canada's top musical acts - Hedley, Down With Webster and Hey Rosetta! -- have joined the line-up for NHL Face-Off™, the Oct. 7 opening day hockey and entertainment festival at Dundas Square in downtown Toronto, the National Hockey League (NHL) announced today. Fans will be able to take part in the 2010-11 NHL® season opening celebration at Dundas Square and enjoy the free performances and a host of other activities, starting at noon.

Hedley is currently in the midst of their second, sold-out Canadian national arena tour. The Vancouver-based group - lead singer Jacob Hoggard, bassist Tom McDonald, guitarist Dave Rosin and drummer Chris Crippin -- is riding high on the success of their current album, The Show Must Go. Released in Canada in November 2009 - and coming soon on Island Def Jam in the U.S. - the album has produced a trio of Top 5 singles, including "Perfect," "Don't Talk to Strangers" and "Cha Ching," which they performed in the Closing Ceremony of the 2010 Winter Olympics. The band recently scored three wins at the 2010 MuchMusic Video Awards, including Video of the Year ("Perfect") and Pop Video of the Year ("Cha-Ching"). The band also recently had a record-breaking tenth #1 video on MuchMusic.

NHL Face-Off set for opening night in Toronto

Monday, 09.20.2010 / 2:08 PM / 2010 NHL Face-Off

NHL.com

Dundas Square in downtown Toronto will be the epicenter of the kickoff to the 2010-11 NHL season when NHL Face-Off is held Oct. 7.

The hockey and entertainment festival will start at noon and finish following that night's season-opening game between the Montreal Canadiens and Toronto Maple Leafs at Air Canada Centre.

The latest chapter in the Leafs-Habs rivalry is one of five games set for opening day of the season.
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