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Jets players plan Winnipeg charity game

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06:28 PM ET 10.29 | After the success of charity hockey games in Chicago, Minnesota and Quebec, locked out NHL players in Winnipeg are planning to do the same. Andrew Ladd and Mark Stuart are planning a charity game at the University of Manitoba featuring a number of NHL players. It'll be played on Nov. 17. Tickets will cost $20 and proceeds with benefit various children's charities in the province.

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October 29, 2012  06:45 PM ET

Good on 'em. I hope they raise a lot for the charities.

 
October 30, 2012  12:57 AM ET

Maybe we could keep the slated Winter Classic and call it a "charity" game!

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