OCHL NIGHT - Discounted Oshawa General Tickets, News (Oshawa Community Hockey League)

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Mar 22, 2022 | Brad Eveniss | 3979 views
OCHL NIGHT - Discounted Oshawa General Tickets
Hi Parents,

What a great season!

The Oshawa Generals are hosting an OCHL night on April 10.  

Please find below a link or QR code to purchase discounted tickets.

Hope to see you all there
!

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