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The Nanaimo Clippers Junior A Hockey Team is a significant part of life in Nanaimo. Since the franchise was founded in 1972, players, coaches, volunteers and fans alike have memories and never-before-told stories that contribute to the fabric of the team we cheer for today. We will share some of those stories in what we are calling  “Legends & Locals.”

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Submitted by Kait Burgan. The Nanaimo Clippers Junior A Hockey Team is a significant part of life in Nanaimo. Since the franchise was founded in 1972, players, coaches, volunteers and fans alike have memories and never-before-told stories that contribute ...

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Submitted by Kait Burgan. For the last few weeks, we’ve been sharing personal stories from people who have been part of the Nanaimo Clippers Junior A Hockey Team. We started our Legends & Locals series with Jack Priestly, now 82-years old and living...

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  Submitted by Kait Burgan. The Nanaimo Clippers Junior A Hockey Team is a significant part of life in Nanaimo. Since the franchise was founded in 1972, players, coaches, volunteers and fans alike have memories and never-before-told stories that contribu...

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Submitted by Kait Burgan. The Nanaimo Clippers Junior A Hockey Team is a significant part of life in Nanaimo. Since the franchise was founded in 1972, players, coaches, volunteers and fans alike have memories and never-before-told stories that contribute ...

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Submitted by Kait Burgan. The Nanaimo Clippers Junior A Hockey Team is a significant part of life in Nanaimo. Since the franchise was founded in 1972, players, coaches, volunteers and fans alike have memories and never-before-told stories that contribute ...

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Submitted by Kait Burgan. Jack Prestley was 18-years old when he came to Nanaimo in 1945, long before the British Columbia Hockey League was even founded. That didn’t happen until 1961. Back in the 1940’s, there were only three teams, Vancouver, New W...