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Cops get hosed in hockey challenge

Terrace firefighters defeat RCMP in 10th annual Guns and Hoses charity fundraiser

The Terrace firefighters hosed down the Terrace RCMP in tonight’s Guns and Hoses hockey match with a stellar 8-4 victory.

The 10th-annual charity fundraiser wound down around 8 p.m. with 100 per cent of the proceeds now being counted to benefit Canadian Tire’s Jumpstart Program, aimed at helping underprivileged kids get into sport.

READ MORE: Guns and Hoses celebrates 10 years

Again this year first intermission featured a crowd favourite of a Timbits hockey, followed by the second intermission Puck Toss. The winner this year was Terrace’s Tim Burkett, throwing his his $10 puck closest to centre ice to win a pair of tickets anywhere in the world Westjet flies (donated by the airline).

More to come.


 


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Cops get hosed in hockey challenge

Terrace’s Tim Burkett gets a high five from his friend’s daughter after winning the second-intermission puck toss and the big prize, courtesy Westjet, of two return tickets anywhere in the world the airline flies. Quinn Bender photo

Terrace’s Tim Burkett gets a high five from his friend’s daughter after winning the second-intermission puck toss and the big prize, courtesy Westjet, of two return tickets anywhere in the world the airline flies. Quinn Bender photo

Terrace’s Tim Burkett, left, is officially declared the winner of this year’s puck toss by RCMP Cst. Crystal Evelyn and Terrace Canadian Tire owner Bryan Gascon. Quinn Bender photo

Terrace’s Tim Burkett, left, is officially declared the winner of this year’s puck toss by RCMP Cst. Crystal Evelyn and Terrace Canadian Tire owner Bryan Gascon. Quinn Bender photo

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