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Submitted By Coach Cicinelli on Sunday, November 23, 2014
Lake Country Animal Hospital Atom B Team meets Nippising Lakers Women Hockey Team...


While attending the North Bay Ice Boltz Blue Sky Classic tournament Nov 7th-9th the Orillia Hawks Atom B team had the opportunity to meet the Nipissing University Women's hockey team, the girls toured the Nipissing Lakers dressing room, had a question period with the Lakers players and were given a pep talk by Head Coach Darren Turcott,  former NY ranger center. The Nipissing Lakers university players welcomed the Orillia Hawks Atom like little sisters it was an awesome experience. 

Nipissing Lakers Women's Hockey Team Pink the Rink Game Nov 8, 2014

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