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Vancouver PUck Bunny Gala and Remax Sea-to-Sky Hockey Challenge

Feb 26, 2005

By Catherine Barr


The Remax Sea-to-Sky Hockey Challenge brought hockey back to the Coliseum on Saturday afternoon. But while the afternoon was for the kids, the night belonged to the adults at the Puck Bunny Gala. Held at the Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre, the gala included live and silent auction items and featured music performances by Jim Cuddy (Blue Rodeo), Barney Bentall, Matt Johnson (54-40), , Craig Northey (The Odds) and more. Funds raised go to support the PacificSport PodiumFund.

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Actor Cameron Bancroft (left) who stars opposite Keifer Sutherland on tv's "24", joined former Canuck Russ Courtnall and actor Jackson Davies at the after party.
Dave Pereira (left) and Jason Hilliard chatted with VIP and Vancouver comedian Peter Kelamis.
Strapping on the skates for a good cause were Global news anchor Steve Darling and former Canuck defenseman Jyrki Lumme.
Cathy St. Germain and Mike Reno performed the duet "Almost Paradise".
Whooping it up on stage were musicians Cory Churko (left), who plays with Shania Twain, Dr. Stragelove singer Kelly Brock and 54-40's Matt Johnson.
Craig Northey (left), from The Odds, Loverboy lead singer Mike Reno and Vancouver Canuck Brad May were crowd pleasers both on and off the ice.
MC and Global news gal Jill Krop and Remax realtor Steve Burk were busy helping raise money for a good cause.


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