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Hockey Night in Barrie!


 

Ontario Tory MP Patrick Brown (at left, with Health Minister Tony Clement) hosted a well-attended “Hockey Night in Barrie” charity game at the local Molson Centre. More than $100 000 was raised for Barrie’s Royal Victoria Hospital.


Natural Resources Minister Gary Lunn, who coached Team Blue, along with fellow MP Gord Brown.

 

Lunn and his assistant coach, six-time Canadian figure skating champion Jennifer Robinson.

Brown and Columbus Blue Jacket Rick Nash, the most popular player of the night.


Nash signed many things that night.

 

Alberta MP Brian Storseth still laced them up, even though he’s only been up walking for two weeks after breaking his ankle in an MP vs. Staffer flag football game in June.


Brown with Mike Lake — the Tory MP from Edmonton used to work in sales with the Oilers.

 

Charlie Horse, the Barrie Colts’ mascot.

Participants included Storseth (far left), Lake, hall of famer Mike Gartner and Saskatchewan Tory MP Rob Clarke.

Health Minister Tony Clement dropped the puck and wore jersey No. 28 — his margin of victory in the last election.  

 

VIP lounge grub.


 
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Hockey Night in Barrie!

  1. The Barrie-area riding must be in contention come the next election. Why else would western MPs be at such a local event except to build up the local member?

    Did someone remember to supply the milk crate for Lunn to stand on or are his photo companions equally short?

    Lunn is more than short; he’s not up to the measure.

  2. Geez, where’s Helena Guergis? Her riding is right next door. Haven’t heard a peep out of her since that whole Canadian in Mexico story.

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