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Tickets still available for Wednesday’s Battle of Alberta Hot Stove & After Party

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The Edmonton Oilers and the Calgary Flames have been hacking away at each other for decades.  But the teams are calling a truce.  In just a few days some of the biggest names in the history of the Flames and Oilers are coming to Red Deer to hack away at the Golf and Country Club.  The Battle of Alberta is a friendly competition to raise money for the Central Alberta Child Advocacy Centre.

Check out these names!  Grant Fuhr, Glen Anderson, Glen Sather, Marty Mcsorley, Dave Hunter, Kris Russell, Mike Krushelniski, Georges Larouque, Ron Low, Dave Manson, Ethan Moreau, Matt Benning – and that’s just from the Oilers.

Then there’s the likes of Jamie Macoun, Curtis Glencross, Lanny MacDonald, Mike Commodore, Dana Murzyn, Theo Fluery, Brian McGratten, Colin Patterson, Mike Smith, Troy Brouwer, Mike Stone, Ric Nattress from the Flames.

Once the Golf tournament wraps up on Wednesday, there’s a “hot stove” and after party at the Sheraton. This really takes us back to a time when our provincial hockey rivalry was at its very best. It’s a great chance to meet some hockey greats and listen to some of their tales of glory.

The Hot Stove is hosted by Edmonton Oilers  Radio Analyst and Host of “Oilers Now ” Bob Stauffer,  Calgary Flames Sportsnet Analyst Eric Francis, and neutral third party broadcaster Cam Moon from the Red Deer Rebels.  The evening includes a live auction of 10 exclusive items by everybody’s favourite celebrity auctioneer, Danny Hooper, as well as a large silent auction.  Also enjoy the music of West of the Fifth.

If you’re a sports fan.. especially if you’re a hockey fan.. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity.  Click here for tickets to the Hot Stove.

The series of events next week are all about raising money and awareness for the Central Alberta Child Advocacy Centre, something near and dear to Sheldon Kennedy.  Sheldon’s tireless support for changes in how we deal with child abuse led to the creation of the Sheldon Kennedy Child Advocacy Centre in Calgary.  He’s been integral to the development of Red Deer’s centre, even dancing in the Sheraton Celebrity Dance Off in 2017 to help raise money for the centre.

About the Central Alberta Child Advocacy Centre:

The Central Alberta Child Advocacy Centre is a not for profit organization that works in an integrative partnership with the Central Region Child Services, Alberta Health Services, Alberta Justice, Alberta Education and the RCMP to better service children, youth and families impacted by sexual abuse and the most serious/complex cases of physical abuse and neglect.

Working collaboratively in a culturally relevant and trauma-informed system, we achieve greater results than any partner could on their own. It blends investigation, treatment, prevention, education and research with expertise to provide an integrated practice approach wrapping around children and always working in the best interests of the child.

President Todayville Inc., Honorary Lieutenant Colonel 41 Signal Regiment, Board Member Lieutenant Governor of Alberta Arts Award Foundation, Board Member Canadian Forces Liaison Council (Alberta) Musician, Photographer, Former VP/GM CTV Edmonton.

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