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Bulldogs To Honour Tiger-Cats Grey Cup Appearance

BULLDOGS TO HONOUR TI-CATS WITH PRE-GAME CEREMONY FRIDAY

Hamilton Bulldogs Media Release
11/28/2013 7:01 PM –

HAMILTON, ONTARIO – Hamilton Bulldogs Hockey Club President Stephen Ostaszewicz announced today that the club will recognize the Hamilton Tiger-Cats as part of a pre-game ceremony ahead of tomorrow’s game against the Toronto Marlies at 7:30 p.m. at Copps Coliseum.

(Photo by THE CANADIAN PRESS/Frank Gunn)
(Photo by THE CANADIAN PRESS/Frank Gunn)

“The Hamilton Tiger-Cats captured the hearts and attention of the City of Hamilton this past season, capping things off with an appearance in the Grey Cup,” said Ostaszewicz. “They made great achievements as a football club this season and as professional sports allies in Hamilton, we’re pleased to have some of the Ti-Cats team in attendance as we recognize their efforts on Friday night.”

The ceremony planned before the game will include a puck drop and video tribute. Ti-Cats representatives in attendance will include President & Chief Operating Officer Glenn Gibson, running back C.J. Gable, receiver Dave Stala and offensive lineman Mike Filer. The football club’s Eastern Division Trophy will also be on hand.

Tomorrow night’s game will also be Boots & Hearts Night, presented by KX94.7 New Country FM. KX94.7 will be on site for the game and one trip to the Boots & Hearts Music Festival will be given away. The game will be broadcast live in high definition on Cable 14.

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