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Returning Flight Information for Players and Staff That Are Returning to Canada on Monday, May 16th
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May 15, 2005
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VIENNA – Some members of Canada’s World Championship team at the 2005 IIHF World Hockey Championship in Austria will be returning back to Canada on Monday, May 16th.

The players that are returning to Canada on Monday, May 16th are listed below, ALL FLIGHTS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND CANCELATION, and unfortunately, no notice can be provided to media outlets.

NOTE: players and staff that are not listed below are either returning to destinations in the USA or will remain in Europe and no further arrival information will be available or provided.

Availability with players and staff listed below will be informal and will take place after customs and luggage pickup.  Please respect airport regulations.

Player Arrival Time (local)  Flight # City
Joueur Heaure d'arrivé No. Vol Ville
Brendan Morrison 14:10 Lufth - 492 Vancouver, BC
Rick Nash 14:35 AC - 847 Toronto, ON
Mike Fisher 15:30 Lufth - 470 Toronto, ON
Scott Walker 15:30 Lufth - 470 Toronto, ON
Robyn Regehr 15:45 AC - 845 Calgary, AB
Steve Tambellini 18:10 AC - 897 Vancouver, BC
Ryan Smyth 18:18 AC - 1176 Edmonton, AB
Jamie Heward 19:19 AC - 8438 Regina, SK
Wade Redden 19:20 AC - 889 Ottawa, ON
Simon Gagné 23:03 AC - 8732 Quebec, QC

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Director, Communications
Hockey Canada
403-777-4557
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Hockey Canada
403-777-4564
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Hockey Canada
403-777-4553
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Hockey Canada
403-284-6427
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Hockey Canada
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