Fleury's past still shadows him closely
It's colder than a mother-in-law's kiss in Grande Prairie, northern Alberta, this January late afternoon. The temperature hovers around minus-30 degrees Celsius (minus-22 south of the border). Snow is blowing.
Yet the Horse Lake Thunder are hotter than they've ever been before. Senior hockey is hotter than it's been in decades. The Grande Prairie Athletics' community-owned 1,600-seat rink, the Coca-Cola Centre, is sold out. Team officials are wondering how many standing-room only tickets ...
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