There’s just over a month until some of the world’s best womens’ hockey players arrive at Sasktel Centre for the 4 Nations Cup.
The tournament will see Team Canada take on the U.S., Sweden and Finland between Nov. 6 and Nov. 10 in what’s widely viewed as a tune-up for the IIHF Women’s World Championship in April.
With the first faceoff quickly approaching, organizers put out a call for volunteers Wednesday, along with announcing some new options for people looking to buy tickets.
In a media release, tournament officials said they need helpers in all facets of the event, including transportation, team and media services and fan experience.
Those wishing to take part can apply to volunteer online.
Along with the call for help staffing the event, organizers announced that new two-game day passes would be available for $30 plus fees starting at 10 a.m. on Sept 27.
The packages cover two games on the same day, with Team Canada playing in the evening.
A day pass for the Nov. 10 medal round is available for $35 plus fees and full event packages are $120 plus fees.