Cornwall Ontario — It was an international match-up Friday night at the Benson Centre. The Seaway Valley Minor Bantam Rapids defeated the Swedish Kungälv Hockey team 7-3. It was still a win for Sweeden despite losing on the ice. The twenty-five players of the Kungälv hockey team got to experience Canadian hockey and culture first hand. “It’s a special experience for the kids,” said Rapids Head Coach Jason Norman of meeting and playing the Swedish team. “It’s something they look forward to all year.” There was a good crowd, with a few hundred in attendance. City Councillor and hockey media personality David Murphy did the official puck drop to commence the game.
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