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Hub Cap Cup action

Mick Laurence protects the puck as he cuts to the net during the first Hub Cap Cup, an over-40 hockey tournament at Pitt Meadows Arena on Saturday.  The Capitals, a team made up of locals combined with players from across the region, won the game 8-4 and took the round-robin five-team tournament with four wins and no losses. The arena plans to host more old-timers tournaments in the coming hockey season. - Colleen Flanagan
Mick Laurence protects the puck as he cuts to the net during the first Hub Cap Cup, an over-40 hockey tournament at Pitt Meadows Arena on Saturday. The Capitals, a team made up of locals combined with players from across the region, won the game 8-4 and took the round-robin five-team tournament with four wins and no losses. The arena plans to host more old-timers tournaments in the coming hockey season.
— image credit: Colleen Flanagan
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