Roadtrips Releases 2010/2011 Hockey Tour Line-up
October 07, 2010 (PRLEAP.COM) Sports NewsFor hockey fans, the start of the NHL season is perhaps the most exciting time of the year. It's the only time when there are no leaders in the standings, and when everyone's team has an equal shot at the coveted Stanley Cup. To celebrate the return of NHL hockey in October, Roadtrips is thrilled to offer a variety of NHL packages for the 2010-2011 season.
Due to their immense popularity, the NHL is rewarding fans with not one, but two outdoor games this season. "The outdoor games have become a huge draw and the atmosphere in the stands is something that needs to be experienced first hand," advises Roadtrips president Dave Guenther. This year's Winter Classic, hosted by the impressive Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, is destined to be just that, a classic. This season's version will feature two of the game's most dynamic young stars, Sidney Crosby and Alex Ovechkin, fight it out for those ever-important 2 points, not to mention bragging rights. Later in the season, Calgary will set the stage for the Heritage Classic, an all-Canadian matchup between two of the country's most beloved teams. Battling not just each other, but also the bitter cold of the prairie winter, the Calgary Flames and the Montreal Canadiens are sure to put on an exhilarating performance.
Showcasing the best of the best, the NHL's All-Star game remains a favorite, year after year. Returning after a year's hiatus to accommodate the 2010 Winter Games, this season's contest will take place at the RBC Center in Raleigh, North Carolina. No stranger to hosting big hockey events, including the Stanley Cup Finals in 2002 and 2006, Raleigh is undoubtedly prepared to host this exciting match and all the festivities that go along with it.
As an official partner of the Hockey Hall of Fame, Roadtrips is pleased to offer their ever-popular Hockey Hall of Fame Induction Experience. Including tickets to the Hall of Fame Game and Hall of Fame Legends Classic at the Air Canada Centre, the 2010 Induction Ceremony, front-of-the-line access to all weekend events at the Hall, plus first class accommodations where the teams and hall of famers stay, this is a great way to witness hockey history while rubbing elbows with NHL players, legends, executives, and media.
The experts at Roadtrips understand what it means to be a sports fan and can customize the perfect package for any hockey aficionado. Roadtrips offers hotel and ticket packages to any game in any NHL city, including those hard to get, "sold-out" games. Options such as extra nights, airport and event transfers, and extra games can be added to complement your chosen event. For more information call 1-800-465-1765 or visit www.roadtrips.com.
For over 18 years, Roadtrips has been specializing in providing amazing travel experiences to the most exciting sporting events all over the world. From events like the Super Bowl, to the Monaco Grand Prix, to the 2012 Summer Games in London, Roadtrips takes pride in delivering amazing travel experiences for thousands of guests annually.