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Stanley Cup to be at Luc Robitaille Celebrity Shoot Out

Published January 16, 2013 10:40 am
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Ever wanted to see the Stanley Cup?

Fans at this year's Luc Robitaille Celebrity Shoot Out will get a chance to see the NHL's prized trophy, the Stanley Cup.

Photo opportunities will be made available for a donation to the charity.

The Luc Robitaille Celebrity Shoot Out (on Sunday, Jan. 20 at 2:30 p.m., at the Park City Ice Arena at 600 Gillmor Way in Park City) will include NHL fan favorites and Hollywood's elite celebrity players.

Scheduled to appear are players Luc Robitaille, Jeremy Roenick, Pierre Turgeon, Ian Laperriere, Brad May, Marty McSorley, Nelson Emerson, Bob Kudelski, along with celebrities Michael Vartan, John Ondrasik, Andie MacDowell, Patrick O'Brien Demsey, Michael Rosenbaum, Steven R. McQueen, Alan Thicke, Ryne Sanborn, and Tom Bernard (Sony Pictures Classics). Olympic Speed Skater Allison Baver, NHL's "First Lady of Hockey" Manon Rheaume, Matisyahu, and Bad Religion's Greg Hetson and Greg Graffin are also scheduled to appear. Tending the net will be Ken Baker of E! Entertainment and director/producer Bobby Farrelly. TICKETS: Available at www.lucrobitailleshootout13.eventbrite.com




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