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  DRPS to Face Legendary NHL Hockey Players

Jan 30, 2009 09:48 ET

The Durham Regional Police Service Law Enforcement Torch Team will trade handcuffs for hockey sticks to take on legendary hockey heroes at the Oldtimer’s Hockey Challenge. The game will take place on Tuesday, February 17 at 7 p.m. at the General Motors Centre.

The Oldtimer's Hockey Challenge is designed to give fans and players alike an opportunity to celebrate a common joy of the game while at the same time giving much needed funds to worthy organizations. A portion of the proceeds from each ticket will go to the Ontario Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics.

Hockey Hall of Famers Glenn Anderson, Dale Hawerchuk, Steve Shutt, Bryan Trottier and Billy Smith will join the hockey heroes Bob Probert, Bernie Nicholls, Dave Ellett, Tom Fergus, Craig Muni, Vicky Sunohara, Igor Kravchuk and Gary Leeman to play the Ontario Law Enforcement Torch Team. Referee Ron Hoggarth and Rod Black (TSN) will add to the competitive spirit, fun and antics of the game.

The Oldtimer's Hockey Challenge is family fun entertainment appearing in over 60 cities from coast to coast in Canada. It's the most successful tour of its kind in North America and raises money for charity in each city it visits. The Oldtimer's Hockey Challenge will also feature laser shows, Crazy Claude - the trumpeter, the Call to Recycle Tykes and international renowned Black Ice Synchronized Team as part of a memorable family fun event.

As an added feature, all fans with Oldtiimer's Hockey Challenge tickets are invited to bring their skates and participate in the LOWE'S Pre-Game Public Skate with some of the Legends on Tuesday, February 17, 2009 between 4:00 p.m. and 5:00p.m.

For more information, please contact Cathy Sproule, Xentel DM Inc. -
Media Director at 1-800-661-0178 (press 402) or 1-403-815-7499 or by email at cathys@xentel.com. You can also visit their website at www.oldtimershockey.com.

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