www.fasthockey.com Dan Marshall and Darryl Major will have the call tonight, while Bruce MacDonald, myself, and Dan Tisserand will bring you the action and stats tomorrow night.
As I previously mentioned here on the blog - this is a FAST HOCKEY ONLY broadcast, not the full-meal deal!
Just a little heads up - this will be no way in any shape or form what
our "real" broadcasts will be like when we are
professionally produced and operated through 93.3 The Peak FM studios.
We are doing it on our own time for you the fans to follow the team, and
also as a way to shake off the rust and do some tests and make sure all
the Fast Hockey Pay-per-view broadcast equipment works. So don't expect
a pre game or post game show or intermission features or rosters that
we have had well in advance for the purpose of preparation,
memorization, research, etc . We will do our best to cover all the
As for all the other events happening around town today and through the weekend - I encourage you to like THE PEAK on Facebook....I'm running out of time to update all the sites I'm supposed to! Check out our Facebook Page HERE
If you aren't on Facebook, here's a post a put there today of everything on the go right now!
trying again to keep you up to date on all the events happing around
the Valley! LIKE THIS SHARE THIS if you are excited for a gorgeous
The Bulldogs visit Nanaimo to face the Clippers
in exhibition action on Friday night before returning home to conclude
the pre season by hosting the Clippers on Saturday night. The 3rd Annual
season-opening Bulldog Charity Golf Tournament is at the course on Sunday.
The Jericho Road Church in partnership with the Christian Reformed
Church are hosting a FALL BASH tonight at Jericho Road Church from 4pm
to 6pm. Free food, free school supplies - while supplies last - great
prizes, face painting, bounce around, and MORE!
Also today, the AV Midget Bulldogs are having a BBQ/bake sale/car wash/bottle drive fundraiser at Cap-It from 11 to 4.
The 30th Annual Port Alberni Toy Run leaves little Qualicum Falls at
noon SHARP on Saturday, with the festivities for all ages at Glenwood
Centre to follow. Dances to follow that night at the Glenwood, and a
sober dance to follow at Char's Landing. Tickets to the dance at
Glenwood will be for sale for riders out at Little Qualicum Falls, and
should there be any remaining, they will go on sale at Glenwood
following the run. Sunday is the poker run with a live band to follow at
Also on Saturday, Canada Post Employees will be
going door to door in the city picking up non-perishable food items for
the People Helping People Food Drive from 8:30 to 12 noon. Just leave
your items in a bag at the front door by your mailbox/slot for pick up.
Sunday is also the 34th Annual Terry Fox Run. Registration is at the Royal Canadian Legion at 9am and the run is at 10am.
Also Sunday, it's Family Farm day!