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NEHP – In the news
- WPG Free Press – Parents who can afford hockey
- Youtube NEHP – http://youtu.be/uE2sa1ebnWY
- CBC News – Inner-city kids get a Jets surprise
- Winnipeg Free Press – North End kids take to ice
- Hockey players receive early Christmas surprise – Canstar Community News
- Media Release – THE NORTH END HOCKEY PROGRAM KICKS OFF SECOND YEAR WITH THE SUPPORT OF THE AMADEUS STEEN FOUNDATION AND COMMUNITY LEADERS.
- Coach of the Month: Global TV William Hudson: globalwinnipeg.com
- Hockey day in Canada: Video cbc.ca
- Winnipeg Free Press: NHL stars old and new will be at the Garden City Shopping Centre on Saturday to help support an equipment and fundraising drive for the North End Hockey Program (NEHP). Jets great Anders Hedberg and the St. Louis Blues’ Alex Steen, son of former Jet Thomas Steen, will be at the mall from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. signing autographs and encouraging support for the NEHP, an initiative that aims to help 115 inner-city youth get involved with hockey by organizing teams and providing equipment, ice time, coaching and transportation to and from games. The program’s organizers are seeking donations of hockey equipment or cash (tax receipts available). winnipegfreepress.com
- Winnipeg Free Press: They’re out but not down. The North End’s “Cinderella” hockey team Norquay Knights featured in Wednesday’s Free Press is out of the playoffs after losing 2-0 to Selkirk Tuesday night. The 9 and 10 year old rookie players who were at the bottom of Atom A3 in the Winnipeg Minor Hockey Association learned some skills, pulled together and rocketed to the playoffs at the end of the season. They won six games straight, tied Monday night, then lost on Tuesday. “Our magic wore off,” said coach Will Hudson. For his group of boys and girls, winning wasn’t everything, or even the main thing. “…We provided a positive experience for our youth and life-lasting memories.” winnipegfreepress.com
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