Stars to come out for Sylvan pond hockey

Former Los Angeles Kings star Charlie Simmer is among the celebrities confirmed for the Sylvan Lake Pond Hockey tournament March 1-3.

Former Los Angeles Kings star Charlie Simmer is among the celebrities confirmed for the Sylvan Lake Pond Hockey tournament March 1-3.

Simmer, a member of the Kings’ famed ‘Triple Crown’ line, will be joined on the celebrity list by former CFL great George Reed, current CFL players Henry Burris and Burke Dales, Joe Murphy, who won the Stanley Cup in 2010 as a member of the Edmonton Oilers, former CFL punter Glenn Harper and former NHL player and current musician Kraig Neinhuis.

Teams of five players can visit the website www.sylvanlakepondhockey.ca to register for the event, which will be played on the frozen waters of Sylvan Lake.

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