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Here, 14-year-old Logan Hearns, of Corner Brook, participates in a drill during practice in the bantam division.
The Corner Brook Minor Hockey Association season officially got underway at the civic centre on Monday evening as the peewee and bantam divisions hit the ice.
Play begins for the midget and atom divisions this evening.
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