Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 06/19/06 at 08:39 PM ET
Hundreds of Canadian hockey fans made the trek south to cheer on the Oilers, who were attempting to become the first Canadian team in 13 years to win the Stanley Cup. Some got great seats with free tickets to the big game by purchasing 2006-2007 Carolina Hurricanes season tickets for $800. Russ Boghean of Ardossan, Alta., was getting into a loud pre-game mood wearing an orange rubber head cover with short spikes. His trip was a Father's Day gift. He and Al Stafford of Sherwood Park, Alta., flew in via Denver, Las Vegas and Orlando. Blake McGrath of Sherwood Park was with them. He'd arrived via Seattle and Atlanta.more
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