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NHL comes to River City

Players and prospects from the National Hockey League were in Campbell River last Friday night to take on the Campbell River Storm. The game, which raised money for local charities, kicked off last weekend’s Storm rookie camp for young players vying for a spot on the team’s roster for the upcoming season. Pictured above, Jamie Benn of the NHL’s Dallas Stars who captured the attention of hockey fans at Rod Brind’Amour Arena. - Kristen Douglas
Players and prospects from the National Hockey League were in Campbell River last Friday night to take on the Campbell River Storm. The game, which raised money for local charities, kicked off last weekend’s Storm rookie camp for young players vying for a spot on the team’s roster for the upcoming season. Pictured above, Jamie Benn of the NHL’s Dallas Stars who captured the attention of hockey fans at Rod Brind’Amour Arena.
— image credit: Kristen Douglas
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