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VE Brandl Peewee 'B' Flyers looking for your vote


An energetic hockey mom wants the Energetic City’s Peewee ‘B’ team to win a once-in-a-lifetime prize.

Jenny Craig says the VE Brandl Peewee ‘B’ Flyers are competing against five other minor-hockey teams in the Tim-br Mart World Junior Hockey Video Challenge.

Whichever team gets the most votes and highest rating by November 21st wins a trip to the World Junior Hockey Championships in Saskatoon.

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Craig says even those who aren’t crazy about hockey should consider voting.

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Craig says the team has worked really hard to produce the three-minute video.

The competition is stiff. The current top team is B.C.’s Summerland Peewee Jets, with a current total score of 2850. Fort St. John is sitting in fifth place, with a score of 290.

But Craig says those ratings aren’t discouraging the kids. They have been already planning on who they want to sit with on the plane ride to the competition.

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There’s still time to bump the team up to number one. Craig advises voters to be careful when they cast their vote.  There’s a star rating system directly underneath each video. When you click on ‘5’ stars, that will increase the team’s rank, but when you click on ‘4’ stars or less, the lower Fort St. John’s overall score will be.

To vote for the VE Brandl Peewee ‘B’ Flyers, Click Here, and follow the links. You can vote several times per day.

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