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Nighthawks help out The Bulldogs
Submitted By Michelle Brown on Sunday, December 15, 2019
This afternoon we found out that the Bulldogs were set to host a home game, but unfortunately the visiting team cancelled their trip to Baltimore because of wintery weather conditions.

The Bulldogs reached out to the Nighthawks and quickly, we had a group of kids from the National Shunt Services Ltd.; Minor Atom AA and the Midwest Tube Mills; Minor Peewee AA teams join forces to practice with and take on the Bulldogs in a friendly exhibition game.

This was a fun opportunity for both teams to share the ice, learn from each other and showcase their talents for their fans.


Many thanks to the Bulldogs for inviting our young players to join them and a big thank you to the families and players who quickly sprung into action during this crazy busy time of year to not disappoint our friends.

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