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Vincent Massey’s Cooper Blaine will play for Team Westman.

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Vincent Massey’s Cooper Blaine will play for Team Westman.

Fifteen local players will suit up for Team Rural in the provincial high school hockey graduating all-star game on Sunday in Winnipeg.

Team Rural, which will face Team Winnipeg at the St. James Civic Centre at 1 p.m., will be coached by the staff of the provincial AA champion Neepawa Tigers and will feature Neepawa forwards Garett Rempel, Wyatt Salmon and Shane Levandosky. They will be joined by forwards Skylar Canada (Boissevain), Brock Paddock (Rivers), Brayden Cullum (Major Pratt), Jared Van de Velde (Prairie Mountain), as well as Scott Stewart and Colton Bamford (Cartwright/Nellie McClung/Pilot Mound).

Also on the squad will be Vincent Massey Vikings goaltender Cooper Blaine, and defencemen David Dunn (Major Pratt), Nathan Grenier (Glenboro/Carberry/Baldur), Dylan Storey (Dauphin), Joey Delasquis (Prairie Mountain) and Kirby Bridges (Cartwright/Nellie McClung/Pilot Mound).

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Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition April 12, 2014

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Fifteen local players will suit up for Team Rural in the provincial high school hockey graduating all-star game on Sunday in Winnipeg.

Team Rural, which will face Team Winnipeg at the St. James Civic Centre at 1 p.m., will be coached by the staff of the provincial AA champion Neepawa Tigers and will feature Neepawa forwards Garett Rempel, Wyatt Salmon and Shane Levandosky. They will be joined by forwards Skylar Canada (Boissevain), Brock Paddock (Rivers), Brayden Cullum (Major Pratt), Jared Van de Velde (Prairie Mountain), as well as Scott Stewart and Colton Bamford (Cartwright/Nellie McClung/Pilot Mound).

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Fifteen local players will suit up for Team Rural in the provincial high school hockey graduating all-star game on Sunday in Winnipeg.

Team Rural, which will face Team Winnipeg at the St. James Civic Centre at 1 p.m., will be coached by the staff of the provincial AA champion Neepawa Tigers and will feature Neepawa forwards Garett Rempel, Wyatt Salmon and Shane Levandosky. They will be joined by forwards Skylar Canada (Boissevain), Brock Paddock (Rivers), Brayden Cullum (Major Pratt), Jared Van de Velde (Prairie Mountain), as well as Scott Stewart and Colton Bamford (Cartwright/Nellie McClung/Pilot Mound).

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