Victoria Royals’ equipment manager laces ‘em up

Matt Auerbach takes on Royals WHL goalie Dean McNabb in an on-ice duel

Victoria Royals head equipment manager Matt Auerbach was challenged by Royals goaltender Dean McNabb to a shoot-to-score contest.

At the end of practice Monday at Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre, Auerbach donned his skates and his vintage helmet to take the young netminder up on the challenge.

Watch the video to find out what happened.

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