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Have Used Hockey Equipment? The City Wants It

October 12, 2012 1:19 PM | Sports

By Sarah Klein


A two-week hockey equipment drive kicked off Friday at City Hall, encouraging Winnipeggers to drop off their used equipment at any of 16 locations throughout the city.

“I know that playing hockey gave me direction as a young person,” said councillor Thomas Steen, a former player on the Winnipeg Jets. “No young person should be denied the opportunity to participate in sport and be engaged in their community because they can’t afford to play.”

Donated equipment will be distributed in Winnipeg by Sport Manitoba’s KidSport program, Winnipeg Minor Hockey and Hockey Manitoba.

Equipment drop off locations:

  • City Hall Council Building, 510 Main Street
  • Bertrand Arena, 294 Bertrand Avenue
  • Billy Mosienko Arena, 709 Keewatin Street
  • Century Arena, 1377 Clarence Avenue
  • Charles A. Barbour Arena, 500 Nathaniel Street
  • Eric Coy Arena, 535 Oakdale Drive
  • Maginot Arena, 910 Maginot Street
  • Old Exhibition Arena, 80 Sinclair Street
  • Pioneer Arena, 799 Logan Avenue
  • River East Arena, 1410 Rothesay Street
  • Roland Michener Arena, 1121 Wabasha Street
  • Sam Southern Arena, 625 Osborne Street South
  • Sargent Park Arena, 1111 Wall Street
  • St. James Civic Centre, 2055 Ness Avenue
  • Terry Sawchuk Arena, 901 Kimberly Avenue
  • Vimy Arena, 255 Hamilton Avenue


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