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Canada's National Junior Team to Return Home Following World Juniors on Satuday, January 6, 2007; Flight Itinerary Details Announced
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January 5, 2007
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LEKSAND, SWE – Canada’s National Junior Team will be returning home following the World Junior Championship, arriving in Canada on Saturday, January 6th. Returning arrival and flight information for Canada’s 22 players and for Head Coach Craig Hartsburg and assistant coaches Curtis Hunt and Clément Jodoin is provided below. Scheduled arrival times are listed (local times) as well as respective airline and flight number.

ALL FLIGHTS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND CANCELLATION, and unfortunately, no notice can be provided to media outlets.MEDIA AVAILABILITY FOR TEAM CANADA’S PLAYERS AND STAFFMedia availability with the players and staff at their arrival destinations listed below will be informal and will take place after luggage pick-up and customs, if necessary. We ask that media please respect airport regulations and other passengers at the airport.Should you wish to contact any member of Canada’s 2007 National Junior Team on/or after the departures on Saturday, January 6th, please contact their respective club teams.

ARRIVAL ITINERARY FOR CANADA’S NATIONAL JUNIOR TEAM

– SATURDAY, JANUARY 6th (LISTED ALPHABETICALLY BY FINAL DESTINATION)

Calgary, AB | 4:00 pm AC 845

- Karl Alzner and various Team Canada support staff members

Edmonton, AB | 6:18 pm | AC 1176 | Leland Irving

Halifax, NS | 7:25 pm | AC 614 | Brad Marchand

Kelowna, BC | 6:45 pm | AC 8399 | Jim Hammett (Head Scout)

Kingston, ON | 6:10 pm | AC 7866 | Jamie Pringle (Video Coach)

Lethbridge, AB | 6:54 pm | AC 7235 | Tyler Broderson (Equipment Manager)

Medicine Hat, AB | 7:13 pm | AC 7245 | Kris Russell

Moncton, NB | 8:46 pm | AC 7469 | Luc Bourdon

Montreal, QC | 5:30 pm | AC 865 | Clément Jodoin (Asst. Coach)

Montreal, QC | 6:10 pm | AC 142 | Marc-André Cliche, Kristopher Letang

Quebec City, QC | 2:20 pm | AC 8714 | Philippe Fait (Athletic Therapist)

Regina, SK | 8:14 pm | AC 8438 | Curtis Hunt (Asst. Coach)

Sault Ste. Marie, ON | 7:12 pm | AC 7795 | Craig Hartsburg (Head Coach)

Thunder Bay, ON | 8:55 pm | AC 8543 | Tommy Pyatt, Marc Staal

Toronto, ON | 2:45 pm | AC 847 |
- Andrew Cogliano, Sam Gagner, Bryan Little, Ryan O’Marra, Ryan Parent

Toronto, ON | 11:59 pm | AC 134 | Steve Downie

Vancouver, BC | 6:28 pm | AC 225 | Cody Franson, Kenndal McArdle

Winnipeg, MB | 9:30 pm | AC 8338 | Darren Helm, Jonathan Toews

U.S. arrivals

Pasco, WA, USA 11:45 pm AS 2112 Carey Price

Detroit, MI, USA 5:42 pm NW 1503 James Neal

Las Vegas, NV, USA 4:47 pm UA 1503 Corey Hirsch (Goaltending consultant)

NOTE – Forward Dan Bertram will return to Calgary on January 7th with his family.


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André Brin
Director, Communications
Hockey Canada
403-777-4557
abrin@hockeycanada.ca

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Manager, Media Relations/Communications
Hockey Canada
403-777-4564
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403-777-4553
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403-284-6427
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