The Inaugural Victoria Class Cup Championship hockey game is here, with the puck dropping at 12:45 Wednesday afternoon. (Black Press Media file photo)

Fundraiser hockey game at CFB Esquimalt takes place Wednesday

The puck drops at 12:45 for the Inaugural Victoria Class Cup Championship

The Inaugural Victoria Class Cup Championship hockey game is here, with the puck dropping at 12:45 Wednesday afternoon.

The Babcock Blues, from Ottawa, will take on the Senior Tritons at Wurtele Arena.

READ ALSO: Navy vessel departs CFB Esquimalt for five-month mission

Starting at 12:15 p.m. attendees can get their hands on free hot dogs, pizza and pop before the game starts. There will be 50/50 sales, a chuck-a-puck fundraiser and both the Victoria Royals and the Victoria Grizzlies mascots will be in attendance.

READ ALSO: Hometown Hockey a hit at CFB Esquimalt

The event aims to highlight the work done at the Esquimalt Military Family resource Centre along with funding other initiatives.

For more information visit esquimaltmfrc.com.



kendra.crighton@blackpress.ca

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