Juno Cup celebrity fundraiser game to be played at Ricoh Coliseum in Toronto March 25

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The Ricoh Coliseum in Toronto will host the Juno Cup on Friday, March 25 at 7:30 p.m.

The Juno Cup is a celebrity hockey game featuring retired NHL players taking on musical artists and celebrities to support MusiCounts, a musical education charity associated with CARAS, an organization showcasing and promoting Canadian music and artists.

Those playing in the game include Paul Coffey, Curtis Joseph, Gary Roberts, Russ Courtnall, Valeri Bure and Gary Leeman. They will play against musicians including the likes of Jon Gallant of Billy Talent, Andrew Scott of Sloan, Tyler Stewart of the Barenaked Ladies, Rob Higgins of Dearly Beloved, Ron MacLean from Hockey Night in Canada and more.

Tickets for the game are $19.75 each, or $99 for a family pack of six.

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