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Snipers hit the ice at Rogers Arena

A group of minor hockey players from Cloverdale took to the ice at Rogers Arena. The Cloverdale C4 Snipers, an initiation (ages five to eight) hockey team hit the ice at the intermission of the Vancouver Canucks/Nashville Predators on Jan. 23. The team consists of Amirah Kajla, Dreyden Mackie, Dylan Gardner, Hudson Pereira, Jayden Steckler, Liam McDonald, Lucas Saunders, Lukas Cohoon, Michael Konowalchuk, Mitchel Bolton, Rajan Sandhu, Rowan Sandhu, Sebastian Knubley, Taylor West and Ty Jeffrey. - submitted photo
A group of minor hockey players from Cloverdale took to the ice at Rogers Arena. The Cloverdale C4 Snipers, an initiation (ages five to eight) hockey team hit the ice at the intermission of the Vancouver Canucks/Nashville Predators on Jan. 23. The team consists of Amirah Kajla, Dreyden Mackie, Dylan Gardner, Hudson Pereira, Jayden Steckler, Liam McDonald, Lucas Saunders, Lukas Cohoon, Michael Konowalchuk, Mitchel Bolton, Rajan Sandhu, Rowan Sandhu, Sebastian Knubley, Taylor West and Ty Jeffrey.
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A group of minor hockey players from Cloverdale took to the ice at Rogers Arena.

The Cloverdale C4 Snipers, an initiation (ages five to eight) hockey team hit the ice at the intermission of the Vancouver Canucks/Nashville Predators on Jan. 23.

The team consists of Amirah Kajla, Dreyden Mackie, Dylan Gardner, Hudson Pereira, Jayden Steckler, Liam McDonald, Lucas Saunders, Lukas Cohoon, Michael Konowalchuk, Mitchel Bolton, Rajan Sandhu, Rowan Sandhu, Sebastian Knubley, Taylor West and Ty Jeffrey.

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