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Rivermen provide a helping hand

Langley Rivermen player Ryan Fraser-Lee (left) and James Robinson take 14-month-old Lucas Oiom for a skate around the Langley Events Centre ice rink after their game on Dec. 16. Oiom is the son of the two player’s billets. The Rivermen return from the holiday break with a pair of games this weekend, including Dec. 29 at the LEC. - Miranda Gathercole/Langley Times
Langley Rivermen player Ryan Fraser-Lee (left) and James Robinson take 14-month-old Lucas Oiom for a skate around the Langley Events Centre ice rink after their game on Dec. 16. Oiom is the son of the two player’s billets. The Rivermen return from the holiday break with a pair of games this weekend, including Dec. 29 at the LEC.
— image credit: Miranda Gathercole/Langley Times
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