Senior Flyers letting it grow for Movember

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Senior Flyers forward Paul Weins says it’s a good cause to get behind and support as a whole team.

"Just over the past few years more and more people are doing it, and I was kind of thinking myself we should do something like that for the community, and for prostate cancer and men’s health all around, so I thought it would be a good thing for us to get in to."

Weins adds that it’s the first time the team has come together to grow a roster full of ‘staches for the cause. When asked about whose moustache he’s excited to see develop, he says Luke Middleton, who can grow a mustache of the thicker variety, while goaltender Troy Hunt will sport a more "thinner, French" duster.

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In addition to all the donations received through the Senior Flyers Movember page, the organization will also be donating half of the proceeds from its December 1 home game, when they welcome the Spirit River Rangers to town.

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