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Canucks alumni visit Coquitlam Express game

Vancouver heroes Harold Snepsts and John Garrett are two of over a dozen Canuck alumni that will be at the Coquitlam Express game tonight (Nov. 23) in support of the Eagle Ridge Hospital Foundation.   - TRI-CITY NEWS FILE PHOTO
Vancouver heroes Harold Snepsts and John Garrett are two of over a dozen Canuck alumni that will be at the Coquitlam Express game tonight (Nov. 23) in support of the Eagle Ridge Hospital Foundation.
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Vancouver heroes Harold Snepsts and John Garrett are two of over a dozen Canuck alumni that will be at the Coquitlam Express game on November 23 in support of the Eagle Ridge Hospital Foundation.

While the NHL lockout continues to rage on the Canucks alumni said they will be doubling their efforts in the community to support charity and local sports.

During tonight’s game against the Kelowna Warriors, fans will have the chance to win $10,000, an autographed Ryan Kesler jersey and a $250 gift basket, with all proceeds going to ERHF.

Other Canucks alumni that will be in attendance include John Ashbridge, John Grisdale, Doug Halward, Dennis Kearns, Blair MacDonald, Jack McIllhargey, Bob Murray, Chris Oddleifson, Gerry Sillers, Darcy Rota and Dennis Ververgaert. Doors at the Poirier Arena open at 6 p.m. Puck drops at 7 p.m.

 

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