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Richmond hosts Hockey Day in Canada celebration at oval

Richmond celebrated Scotiabank Hockey Day in Canada Saturday with a massive tribute to our game at the Richmond Olympic Oval. Thousands turned out for the day's activities, which ranged from a ball hockey game featuring former Vancouver Canucks' captain Trevor Linden to a Pacific International Junior Hockey League game between the Richmond Sockeyes and North Delta Devils. There was also a massive hockey marketplace, featuring numerous collectibles, tons of interactive games, a chance to win Canucks' tickets, and a Hockey Hall of Fame legends display along with the Art Ross Trophy, President's Trophy, and Hart Trophy.

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