Friday, February 20, 2015


A Dream & A Dollar

Chiefs Jumpstart the playoff season March 3

By Barry Douglas/Handout photo


Quebec kids were able to get on the ice thanks to the Jumpstart program.


ith the clinching of home ice in the first round last week the Chilliwack Chiefs are pleased to announce their home playoff and ticket on sale dates.

The playoff series will be 2-2-1-1-1.

The Chiefs will Jumpstart the Playoffs on Tuesday March 3 at 7pm here at Prospera Centre. $1 from every ticket sold for the March 3rd game will go to support the local Canadian Tire Jumpstart chapter which helps ensure disadvantage kids can register and play the sports they love to play. Other fundraising initiatives will also take place at the first game in support of the Jumpstart Program.

The Chiefs second home playoff game will take place on Wednesday March 4th at 7pm. If necessary game 5 will take place on Monday March 9th. The series closing game 7 if needed will take place on Wednesday March 11th.

Tickets for games 1 and 2 will go on sale Friday February 20th at 10am at the Prospera Centre Box Office and online at

Round 1 Playoff Ticket Pricing:                                  

Adult                            $14                                          
Youth (10-18)                $12                                          
Child (3-9)                     $8                                           
Family A                       $27                                          
Family B                       $47                                          
UFV Combo                  $20                                          
Burger and Brew            $20                                          

Game Dates at Prospera Centre:

Home Game #1 (Playoff Game 1) - Tuesday March 3, 2015 at 7pm
Home Game #2 (Playoff Game 2) Wednesday March 4, 2015 at 7pm
Home Game #3 (if needed) (Playoff Game 5) Monday March 9, 2015 at 7pm
Home Game #4 (if needed) (Playoff Game 7) Wednesday March 11, 2015 at 7pm


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