12 p.m., Dec. 29)
Capital Cup to take over local rinks during next three
By Fred Sherwin
The Bell Capital Cup is already underway at
a number of rinks throughout the city including
the Ray Friel Centre and the Bob MacQuarrie
Recreation Centre. Admission is free to all
games. File photo
rinks will play host to teams from across North America
and overseas over the next three days as the 7th Annual
Bell Capital Cup gets underway.
Ray Friel Centre will be the scene for the preliminary
games in the Major Peewee AAA and Major Peewee AA division,
as well as several Atom House B games.
the teams competing in the Major Peewee AAA division are
the Boston Jr. Penguins, Detroit Compuware and the Rochester
Americans. The lone local team in the division is the
Eastern Ontario Wild.
Major Peewee AA division features a pair of teams from
Finland, the EKS Blues and the Karhu-Kissat Cats, along
with the Gloucester Rangers.
Bob MacQuarrie Recreation Centre is the host rink for
the Peewee House A division which has teams competing
from as far away as Iqaluit, Montreal and Kahnawake.
the first time entrance to all the games, including the
finals at the Canadian Tire Centre is free.
a complete schedule visit www.bellcapitalcup.ca.
story was made possible thanks to their generous support
of our local business
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