On Friday, March 17th 225 females aged 7-13, and their parents, came to General Motors Place for the opening ceremonies of the Canucks . is a joint effort between the Canucks Centre for BC Hockey and BC Hockey.
Canucks is an event that is crucial to the further development of the game of hockey for females in British Columbia. The program emphasizes the importance of female hockey players to the sport. The evening began with emcee Tamsin Carling and Canuck's mascot Fin on the podium getting the girls excited for the weekend long event.
Following the opening ceremonies the girls and their parents went to Burnaby 8 rinks for the remainder of the weekend. Teams played a number of fun games against each other, made friends and had a great time. For more information on next years Canucks go to canucks.com/hockeydevelopment or visit bcaha.org.