Members of the Victoria Grizzlies hockey team met with children at the Military Family Resource Centre’s daycare in Colwood. They will be partnering with the centre to host a military appreciation night in January. (Shalu Mehta/News Staff)

Victoria Grizzlies present Military Family Appreciation Night tonight

Tailgate party begins at 5:30 p.m. Jan. 25

The Victoria Grizzlies honours military families as part of the team’s Military Family Appreciation Night tonight.

The Grizzlies face off against the Cowichan Capitals at the Q Centre and are coming off a 3-1 win in Nanaimo.

The Capitals lost to Alberni Valley on Wednesday but look to bounce back with a win against the Grizzlies.

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As part of the Military Family Appreciation Night, the Grizzlies will wear special jerseys to be auctioned off during the game.

All of the players’ jerseys will be available to be bid on with a minimum bid of $100 until the third period.

Before the game, a tailgate party will take place beginning at 5:30 p.m. with food and entertainment.


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