Students with handmade signs cheering on both the teachers and the students at the Fox Run Hockey Academy Teacher vrs. Student wrap up game, March 11.

Photos: Teachers win in wrap up hockey academy game

Fox Run Hockey Academy had their Teacher vrs. Student wrap up game today school

Families and students with handmade signs filled the seats at NexSource Centre at the Fox Run Hockey Academy Teacher vrs. Student wrap-up game March 11. Signs in support of both the teachers and the students were held up throughout the game but in the end the teachers won.

The teams played two 25 minute periods with a break in between for photo opportunities and a puck toss. Money raised during the puck toss will to go to both the Humboldt Broncos and RDC Kings hockey forward Nick Fountain’s family as he’s undergoing emergency brain surgery this weekend.



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Teachers won both games with a score of 5-3 for the first game and 5-4 for the second game.

Families and fellow students came out to NexSource Centre to cheer the teachers and students during the Fox Run Hockey Academy Teacher vrs. Student wrap-up game. Photos by Myra Nicks/Sylvan Lake News

Seats full of fans came to cheer on the students and teachers.

Both teams congregating in the middle of the ice in between games for photo opportunities.

The ice full of pucks during the puck toss. All proceeds are to go to the Humboldt Broncos and RDC Kings hockey forward Nick Fountain’s family as he’s undergoing emergency brain surgery this weekend.

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