Royals to play shinny at Uptown on Thursday

Select Victoria Royals to play a game of shinny in support of fourth annual Pink in the Rink game at Uptown

The Victoria Royals would like to invite fans to join select players and Marty the Marmot at Uptown on Wednesday, Oct. 22 between 5 & 7 p.m. for a game of shinny hockey.

The event is being held to raise awareness for the club’s fourth annual Pink in the Rink game in support of the B.C. Cancer Foundation.

The Royals welcome fans to meet players, get autographs and play a little hockey at Level 4 off of Blanshard street.

If raining, the location will be moved to the P1 pink parking level.

Marty the Marmot will also be on hand at Uptown between 5-7 p.m. and will be giving away Pink in the Rink merchandise.

Fans in attendance will be treated to complimentary refreshments courtesy of Uptown.

The Royals host the Vancouver Giants on Friday Oct. 24 and Saturday Oct. 25.

Friday’s contest marks the unveiling of the Royals third jersey, while Saturday’s game is the annual Pink in the Rink Night at Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre. Get your tickets today by calling 250-220-7777 or visiting at www.victoriaroyals.com.

 

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