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Canadian Juniors Hockey Final

Jan 4, 2005

By Catherine Barr

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North Shore hockey fans finally got a much needed fix on Tuesday night as the Canadian team faced off against Russian in the gold medal final of the 2005 World Junior Hockey Championship. North Van's Mosquito Creek Bar and Grill played host to the masses as their big screen tv broadcast finally gave locals something to cheer about. A resounding 6-1 win gave Canada the victory they had been searching for while giving birth to a whole new generation of hockey heroes.

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Dede Warren (left) and Sam Vanborn cheered on the boys with NV City firefighter and world adventurer Erik Bjarnason.
Greg Gillingham (left) and Karl Dennis say they don't miss the pros, especially after such a stunning performance by the juniors.
"Congrats - you're the best," were the words of praise that Tony Simon (left), server Stacey Miller and lawyer Jeff Scouten had for the boys.
"It was great to watch players that love the game," said hockey fans Paul Harkins (left) and Andy Grant.
Toasting the win were Michael Stephen and Jackee Thaysen. "They dominated the whole tour," they said.
"I can't believe it wasn't 10-0," said Chris MacPherson (left) and Gord Kleaman as they remarked on Canada's dominance.
Keeping the glasses full and the patrons happy was all in a night's work for Mosquito Creek gals Adryon Campbell (left) and Jackie Bergeson.
A big thumbs up for the team from Mosquito Creek owner Kelly Nielson (left), server Lisa Johnson and guest Rhett Martin.


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