Hockey heaven is a state of mind — but it’s also a real place, and now it’s sitting on top of an office tower in downtown Toronto.
A large hockey rink has been erected atop a building at 120 Adelaide Street West in the city’s Financial District, The Toronto Star reported.
The surprise rink has fed speculation that Molson Canadian’s #AnythingForHockey campaign is coming to Toronto, seeing as the company featured a rooftop rinks in an ad in October.
Molson’s contest asks people to tell them how much hockey means to them on Twitter, using the #AnythingForHockey hashtag. A few are selected and entered to win the chance to play a special game of puck.
Last year, Molson set up a rugged outdoor rink in B.C.’s Purcell Mountains.
Those picked for a game on that rink were chosen for their contributions to their community, or for their dedication to the game of hockey.
On Tuesday, Molson told the Star it had a hand in the Toronto rink, but didn’t offer any further details.
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