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Team Canada Flight Arrival Information; Monday, May 19th
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May 18, 2008
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Canada’s World Championship men’s hockey team will be departing Quebec City on Monday, May 19th to various destinations across Canada and the USA.

All flights arrive on Monday, May 19th – all listed times are LOCAL time at destination

IMPORTANT: All flight information is subject to change without notice. The flight is provided as a courtesy for media, and we are unable to alert media of any last minute changes in player or staff itinerary – media availability is informal at airport baggage area - subject to player/staff consent upon arrival at airport, and local airport access regulations.

Rick Nash – Toronto (direct from Quebec City) 12:17pm AC 8930

Jason Spezza – Toronto (direct from Quebec) 7:20pm AC 2503

Mark Giordano – Toronto (direct from Quebec) 7:20pm AC 2503

Pascal Leclaire – Montreal (direct from Quebec) 12:10pm AC 8711

Craig MacTavish – Edmonton (via Toronto) 12:19pm AC 175

Jason Chimera – Edmonton (via Toronto) 2:39pm AC 177

Steve Staios – Edmonton (via Toronto) 2:39pm AC 177

Jay Bouwmeester – Edmonton (via Toronto) 2:39pm AC 177

Jonathan Toews – Winnipeg (via Toronto) 2:13pm AC 263

Dany Heatley – Ottawa (via Toronto) 1:10pm AC 450

Sam Gagner – London (via Toronto) 1:35pm AC 7709

Ryan Getzlaf – Regina (via Toronto) 1:10pm AC 8453

Dan Hamhuis – Prince George (via TO/Van) 5:28pm AC 8207

Mike Johnston – Los Angeles (via Montreal) 12:18pm AC 797

Steve Yzerman – Detroit (from Quebec City) 10:20am NW 2869

Ed Jovanovski – Fort Lauderdale (via Detroit) 4:27pm NW 242

Shane Doan – Phoenix (via Detroit) 1:33pm NW 259

Derek Roy - Buffalo (via Detroit) 2:43pm NW 1124

Brent Burns – Minneapolis (via Detroit) 12:51pm NW 747

Martin St. Louis – Tampa (via Newark) 12:20pm Cont. 0618

Patrick Sharp – Chicago (via Montreal) 12:35pm AC 517

Luc Robitaille – Los Angeles (via Toronto) 2:12pm AC 799

Jamal Mayers – St. Louis (via Toronto) 4:33pm AC 7987

Duncan Keith – Chicago (via Toronto) 2:59pm AC 507

Cam Ward – Raleigh (via Newark) 4:15pm Cont 330

Ken Hitchcock – Columbus (via Newark) 4:16pm Cont 353

Chris Kunitz – Los Angeles (via Detroit) 5:40pm NW 337

Eric Staal – Raleigh (via Toronto) 7:05pm AC 7978

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