Steamboat briefs: Parks and Recreation Commission to discuss Brynn Grey proposal |

Steamboat briefs: Parks and Recreation Commission to discuss Brynn Grey proposal

The Steamboat Springs Parks and Recreation Commission will hold a work session at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 22 in the Citizens’ Meeting Room at Centennial Hall, 124 10th Street.

The agenda will include a presentation from Brynn Grey Partners about a proposed residential development in west Steamboat.

Hansen Brothers to appear at Steamboat Hockey Classic

The Steamboat Hockey Classic will bring NHL greats to town to raise money for the Steamboat Springs Youth Hockey Association on Friday and Saturday, March 24 and 25, and the game pits NHL All-Stars against Team USA and Team Canada. Festivities also include a special appearance and skate by the Hanson Brothers of “Slap Shot” fame.

“This year’s event promises to be the best yet as we welcome hockey greats representing Team USA and Team Canada,” said co-organizer Kerry Shea, whose event has raised more than $100,000 for expanding local youth hockey efforts. “We’re honored to have some the NHL’s best players as well as hockey icons the Hanson Brothers on the 40th anniversary of hockey’s greatest movies of all time.”

The weekend schedule includes an NHL led youth on-ice camp and VIP Old Time Hockey Auction Party and NHL Alumni player meet-and-greet and Team USA/Team Canada Charity Hockey Game. All contributions support Steamboat Youth Hockey, which includes expanding the Free Intro to Hockey program for Steamboat students. 

The 2017 Steamboat Hockey Classic roster will include José Charbonneau, Jiri Fischer, Dani Rylan, Joe Kocur, Lorne Knauft, Steve Carlson, Jeff  Carlson, David Hanson, Kevin Miller, Eddie Mio, Bernie Nicholls, Jason Woolley, Brian Noonan, Jack  O’Callahan and Wayne Presley.

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