Canucks lose in Chicago; Hawks legend scores in Langley

Hockey legend, Dennis Hull, gives the shirt off his back to Brenda Alberts


Last night the Black Hawks defeated the Vancouver Canucks in Chicago. At the same time one of the Hawks alumnus was scoring in Langley. The Silver Jet, Dennis Hull, was the star of an evening of support for B.C. Minister Mary Polak. Dennis, brother of Bobby and uncle of Brett, kept the sell out crowd in stitches with his hockey humour. He was a fixture with Chicago Black Hawks for 14 seasons, 8 with Bobby as team mate. Somehow Brenda Alberts of the Birthplace of B.C. Gallery ended up with his hockey jersey before the night was over.
In other hockey news Friday night, the Langley Chiefs beat the Surrey Eagles 4-3 to take the first round of the playoffs. Captain Mac Roy was tonight’s hero scoring in overtime.

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