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CBC's HOCKEY DAY IN CANADA drops the puck Jan. 13, 2007
CBC's Hockey Day in Canada decends on Nelson BC Jan 13, 2007. Host Ron MacLean will be front and centre in Nelson to pay tribute to Canada's great frozen game, alongside Don Cherry, Cassie Campbell, Scott Morrison and Dick Irvin. The 2007 edition of CBC'S HOCKEY DAY IN CANADA will honour Canada's countless hockey volunteers: the tireless individuals who are the backbone of the game at the grassroots level and who will do anything - including selling snacks and 50/50 tickets, making hot chocolate and driving cross country - to give kids a chance to play hockey.
Ron MacLean & Don Cherry
CBC'S HOCKEY DAY IN CANADA will also feature the traditional big-ticket NHL all-Canadian tripleheader, beginning with Montreal at Ottawa at 2 p.m. ET, followed by Vancouver at Toronto at 7 p.m. ET (available in High-Definition) and Edmonton at Calgary in the night-cap at 10 p.m. ET. (Please see full broadcast schedule below). CBC'S HOCKEY DAY IN CANADA
"We are very proud to once again be uniting Canadians everywhere to celebrate our great game," said Joel Darling, executive producer, CBC'S HOCKEY NIGHT IN CANADA. "And, we are also looking forward to commemorating the game's silent heroes: hockey volunteers. Grassroots hockey would not be what it is today without these individuals. We are inviting Canadians from coast to coast to participate in Hockey Day and join us in saluting volunteers everywhere."
During the 13.5 hour-long broadcast, CBC'S HOCKEY DAY IN CANADA will visit the following locations across the country, exploring the importance of our game to these communities: Nelson BC, Camrose Alberta, Whithorse Yukon, Regina Sask, Toronto Ontario and Tignish PEI.
CBC News chief correspondent Peter Mansbridge also heads west for the hockey celebration, as CBC NEWS: The National broadcasts from Nelson on Thursday, Jan. 11 at 10 p.m. on CBC Television and 9 p.m. ET/PT and 11 p.m. ET/PT on CBC Newsworld, while CBC news anchor Gloria Macarenko reports from Nelson on Friday, Jan. 12 as part of the CBC NEWS: Canada Now broadcast at 6:30 p.m. local time.
CBC Radio joins the excitement in Nelson on Friday, Jan. 12 beginning at 6 a.m. PT, as Kelowna's morning show Daybreak broadcasts live from the Prestige Hotel. At 12 noon PT, BC Almanac will broadcast to the entire province of British Columbia from Nelson, in addition to the Victoria, B.C. program All Points West at 4 p.m. PT.
CBC'S HOCKEY DAY IN CANADA celebration will also feature a live online chat with Kelly Hrudey and Drew Remenda on Jan. 13, as well as an exclusive online auction at cbc.ca/hockeyday. Featuring one-of-a-kind autographed hockey memorabilia graciously donated by the National Hockey League (NHL), Canadian NHL teams and the NHL Players' Association, the online auction launches on Dec. 23 at 6 p.m. ET and runs until 12 midnight ET on Jan. 14. Proceeds will go to minor hockey in British Columbia.
Located in the Selkirk Mountains, on the shore of Kootenay
Lake in southeastern British Columbia, the city of Nelson was
founded in 1886 and was originally called "Stanley"
after Canada's Governor General, Lord Stanley. Nelson's hockey
roots reach much further, however, producing great NHL talent
including Danny Gare, Pat Price and Greg Adams. The small city
was also the hometown of Lester and Frank Patrick, hockey's royal
family, whom many credit with creating modern hockey with several
innovations including the addition of blue lines, the forward
pass, penalty shots and the playoff system.
Nelson's mayor, John Dooley, says "we are absolutely ecstatic that CBC has chosen Nelson to host Hockey Day ... This is a true winter sports community, and hockey is an integral component of culture in Nelson and the surrounding communities. It is wonderful that CBC is taking the initiative to bring their Hockey Day broadcast into rural communities such as Nelson and connecting us with the rest of Canada."
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Houston: Hockey Day: 'animal that just keeps growing' Globe and Mail - Toronto,Ontario,Canada Jan 11, 2007 -Tonight, Peter Mansbridge will be at the Hockey Day venue of Nelson, BC, to anchor The National. Thursday and Friday, the network has arranged for retired ...
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Toronto Sun - Canada Jan 10, 2007
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"He shoots, he scores" will become "Tiro, rete." Globe & Mail Jan 12, 2006 - "Tiro, rete" is Italian for shot, goal. When the National Hockey League makes it debut on the specialty channel tomorrow night, "He shoots, he scores" will become "Tiro, rete." The CBC was given permission by the NHL to share its 7 p.m. (all times EST) Vancouver Canucks-Toronto Maple Leafs telecast with Telelatino or TLN as part of its Hockey Day in Canada coverage.
Capital City Ambassadors Attend BCs First Hockey Day in Canada January 11, 2007, Nelson, BC The Provincial Capital Commission (PCC) is sponsoring two young hockey players from the Capital to take part in a Novice tournament in Nelson BC, as part of CBCs Hockey Day in Canada on January 13.
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CBC NEWS: The National & Canada Now broadcasts from Nelson Jan 11, 2007 - CBC News chief correspondent Peter Mansbridge also heads west for the hockey celebration, as CBC NEWS: The National broadcasts from Nelson on Thursday, Jan. 11 at 10 p.m. on CBC Television and 9 p.m. ET/PT and 11 p.m. ET/PT on CBC Newsworld, while CBC news anchor Gloria Macarenko reports from Nelson on Friday, Jan. 12 as part of the CBC NEWS: Canada Now broadcast at 6:30 p.m. local time.
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