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STICKING IT TO THE BLAZER

Ethan Schock (left) and Ryan Swart try to sneak one past Kamloops Blazer Ryan Rehill during the annual Peter Puck Blazer Skate on Tuesday, Nov. 13 at Interior Savings Centre. About 80 kids from the skating and hockey school, between the ages of four and 11, came out to skate with the major-junior hockey club, which will try to return to its winning ways on Friday, Nov. 16, as it hosts Portland in the first of a seven-game homestand. Faceoff is   at 7 p.m.  - ANDREA KLASSEN PHOTO/KTW
Ethan Schock (left) and Ryan Swart try to sneak one past Kamloops Blazer Ryan Rehill during the annual Peter Puck Blazer Skate on Tuesday, Nov. 13 at Interior Savings Centre. About 80 kids from the skating and hockey school, between the ages of four and 11, came out to skate with the major-junior hockey club, which will try to return to its winning ways on Friday, Nov. 16, as it hosts Portland in the first of a seven-game homestand. Faceoff is at 7 p.m. 
— image credit: ANDREA KLASSEN PHOTO/KTW
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