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 St. W. in the city's Financial District, The Toronto Star reported.
The surprise rink has been set up as part of that Molson Canadian's #AnythingForHockey campaign, it confirmed Thursday.
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.
This year four fans will play on the rooftop rink, Sportsnet reportd.
Last year, Molson set up a stunning outdoor rink in B.C.'s Purcell Mountains. The lucky players who got to play shinny on it were chosen for their contributions to their community, or for their dedication to the game of hockey.
What would people do to play on top of the 6ix?
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