The NHL’s biggest event of the year is upon us.
This will be the annual Ice Cream Fest, which will be held from March 15-20.
The event is the culmination of the league’s quest to make fans of all ages feel at home, but not just at home in New York City.
This year, the NHL has brought along some of the most recognizable stars in hockey, as well as top players and coaches from around the league.
For fans who want to see a little more of New York’s hockey tradition, they can attend the NHL Awards, a special presentation and reception featuring some of its greatest names in entertainment, sports, and entertainment.
Here’s a rundown of what you need and what to expect.
Here are the events that are happening in the event.1.
Ice Cream Ceremony2.
Ice cream and game day reception3.
All-star game and awards ceremony4.
Live music, entertainment and much moreThe NHL is taking a unique approach to its celebration of ice cream.
Instead of having all of the players in attendance at the start of the event, they will be greeted by an announcer, followed by ice cream trucks and fans, with a small portion of the proceeds going to charity.
The festivities begin at 11:30 a.m.
ET at Madison Square Garden and include the annual Hockey Night in America, a highlight show, live music and much, much more.
The Ice Cream Show is scheduled for March 15 at Madison Street Garden, while the Ice Bowl is scheduled to take place at the Barclays Center on March 16.
Fans can check out the schedule below for all of their upcoming events.
Ice Cream Fest at the Rangers’ New York homeThe Rangers are hosting the NHL Ice Cream Festival, which features the NHL Players’ Association, the New York Islanders, the Islanders Sports and Entertainment Association, and the NHL Development League.
All proceeds from the Ice Ceremony, a ceremony in which fans can choose a charity, will go to charity with the proceeds being donated to the NHLPA, which has been working to bring a level of equality and inclusion to its players for over 30 years.
All players and their representatives will be on hand for the ceremony, along with other members of the team’s front office, coaching staff, players, and owners.
The NHL has also partnered with a local charity to bring ice cream to the Ice Show.
The charity is called The Family Ice Cream Project, which aims to provide ice cream for kids with special needs.
The Ice Show will also feature a special “Ice Cream Show” event, which brings together the NHL, the Foundation for the Hockey Brain and a local group of children to celebrate the Ice Craft.