The Calgary Canucks were in the community on Thursday afternoon, January 12th at the Albert Park Centennial Community Garden and outdoor skating rink. The entire Canucks team came to the garden and outdoor rink after practice in the city's southeast – located between 12th Avenue and 26th Street NE, right near Max Bell Centre. With a long spell of cold weather in the city, the boys wanted to do their part to help out the good citizens of Calgary by doing some snow shovelling.
For the second time in less than a week, the boys all grabbed shovels, and started to dig in. In less than 30 minutes they had the walk-way through the Albert Park Garden completely shovelled, and the pathways leading to the outdoor rink and skating pond clear and ready for kids and families to be able to enjoy throughout the upcoming weekend!
The Calgary Canucks take tremendous pride in the community work they do in the city of Calgary. The work that the players do reflect their hard working values that they display each time they step onto the ice. For more information on the Calgary Canucks and their community endeavours, please click on http://www.calgarycanucks.ca/community/community-initiatives.html.