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Team Canada's Return Flight Information From 2005 IIHF World Under-18 Hockey Championship
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April 23, 2005
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PLZEN, CZECH REPUBLIC – Canada’s National Under-18 Team will return home on Monday, April 25th, the day following the gold medal game of the IIHF World Under-18 Hockey Championship in Plzen, Czech Republic. Canada will play for the gold medal against the USA on Sunday, April 24th (5:00 p.m. / 11:00 EST) . The game will be broadcast live on TSN and RDS.

The team will arrive in Toronto on Monday, April 25th from Frankfurt, Germany at 1:30 p.m. (EST) on Air Canada flight 873 at Terminal 1.  Most of the players and staff will be connecting from there on to their final destinations that are listed below. All times listed are local.

Final destination | Flight info | Arrival Time | Players, staff

Boston, MA AA 4551 1836 Dan Bertram

Spokane, WA NW 609 2226 Darcy Bishop (Equipment Manager)

Bathurst, NB AC 8792 2350 Luc Bourdon

Ottawa, ON AC 458 1712 Derick Brassard

Sarnia, ON AC 7359 1753 Shawn Camp (Head Coach)

Montreal, QC AC 418 1710 Blair Mackasey (Head Scout) Kristopher Letang,Marc-Andre Gragnani, Pier-Olivier Pelletier, Guillaume Latendresse

Calgary, AB AC 125 1813 Ron Pyette (Manager), Peter Hanlon (Communications), Kevin Wagner (Therapist), Devin Setoguchi, Colton Yellowhorn

Vancouver, BC AC 161 1757 Adam Hobson

Regina, SK AC 8349 2028 Curtis Hunt (Asst. Coach), Dave Hunchak (Asst. Coach), Dr. Michael Nicholls (Team Doctor)

Moncton, NB AC 1192 2003 Christian LaRue (Asst. Coach)

Portland, OR NW 597 2247 Brendan Mikkelson

Quebec City, QC AC 8924 1855 Jean-Phillipe Paquet

Pasco, WA UA 6725 2143 Carey Price

Saskatoon, SK AC 8295 2120 Bill Seymour (Education Consultant)

Saginaw, ON NW 465 1957 Tom Pyatt

Calgary, AB AC 845 1545 Paul Kurceba

Toronto is the final flight destination for the following players: Richard Clune, Ryan Parent, Ryan O’Marra, Christopher Lawrence, James Neal, Cal Clutterbuck and Cody Bass.


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