Rage against the Storm: Campbell River hockey product Jason Wark was in Grande Prairie

Rage against the Storm

Campbell River hockey product Jason Wark was in Grande Prairie, Alberta last Saturday in the Dawson Creek Rage exhibition game against the (Grande Prairie) Storm. The Rage is the only Canadian team in the Junior A North American Hockey League. The Storm play in the Junior A Alberta Junior Hockey League. Wark is one of two Campbell River players on the Dawson Creek team. Zac Ashdown is the other.

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