Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 08/25/05 at 09:43 AM ET
Some might view it as the entertainment and sports sectors' lowbrow event of the season, if not the decade. But promoters of Battle of the Hockey Enforcers - a 16-man slugfest involving hockey players but no hockey - have overcome several hurdles and rejection in other cities to stage the pay-per-view event Saturday in Prince George. The 16 players include some ex-NHLers such as Link (The Missing Link) Gaetz and Lyndon Byers, but mostly they are a collection of current and former semi-pro and junior players who did not earn their positions or reputation through offensive prowess. Trent Potskin, a 32-year-old local crowd favourite who estimates conservatively that he's been in several hundred hockey fights since starting minor hockey in Prince George, is working on a strategy.
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