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The Ice Pirates continue making connections with the SpiceJets of England!
Submitted By Kirsten Carr on Tuesday, September 3, 2013
Rick Weir (aka. Tunes), the Ice Pirates "Music Man" is currently travelling in England visiting the SpiceJets Special Needs Hockey Team!  Rick took with him auction items and other "Canadian" goodies to share with a fellow team across the pond.  Spending time with new friends and making connections on behalf of the Ice Pirates players and their families!  

More pictures tracking Rick's adventure with the SpiceJets can be found on the Kitchener Ice Pirates Facebook page.

Thanks "Tunes" and the SpiceJets for making this happen and enjoy the rest of your trip!

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