MENU

Make Your Dad Feel Like #1! Shop The Niagara IceDogs for Great Gifts for Father’s Day!

With Father’s Day quickly approaching, the Niagara IceDogs have the perfect gifts to help your dad feel like number one this Father’s Day!

First of all the IceDogs have copies of Hockey Canada’s Thirty Years of the Game at its Best, a book that outlines thirty years of Team Canada’s World Junior program of excellence.  The book retails for $39+HST and as a special added bonus if you buy through our office you will get a copy signed by all five IceDogs that were a part of Team Canada in 2012 (Dougie and Freddie Hamilton, Jamie Oleksiak, Ryan Strome, and Mark Visentin).  The book is a great read and with the five IceDogs marking the first time a team has had that many members of Team Canada playing together, these autographed copies make a great collectible!

In addition to the books, the IceDogs have another great option for the golfing dad’s out there.  For the great price of only $150+HST you can get your dad an IceDogs custom carry golf bag.  With some beautiful embroidery on a quality bag, this is the perfect gift for the golfing IceDogs fan and any dad would be thrilled to have it!

Finally, IceDogs 2012-13 season tickets are on sale now starting as low as $349+HST for anyone looking to really impress their dad this Father’s Day!

Don’t miss out on these great gifts!  Visit the IceDogs 35 Queen St. office between 9am-5pm this Monday-Thursday and pick up one of these options to show your dad how much you appreciate him this Father’s Day!

More News
GAME RECAP: 'Dogs finish 2-game road stand with 6-2 loss to Colts
8 hours ago
GAMEDAY PREVIEW: IceDogs face Colts tonight in a clash for first in the division!
19 hours ago
GAME RECAP : 'Dogs pick up a point in 3-2 OT loss in London
1 day ago
Photo Album - Niagara IceDogs vs. Kitchener Rangers - Jan 17/2018
2 days ago
GAMEDAY PREVIEW: IceDogs look to get back in the win column against Knights!
2 days ago
1:10
Join us January 26th for our annual Pink in the Rink game against the Sarnia Sting!
3 days ago