Van Nostrand hopes the display will be open outside of game hours, so that those without game tickets can still enjoy it. That would mean opening at around 9 a.m., and possibly between the afternoon and evening games.For his part, Steve Troyer says getting involved in events like the Allan Cup are simply a way for him to thank all the people who contribute to his business, and to do more than simply pay wages and bills. [asset|aid=2447|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=a2d7618242c64ddcd84befd94b27e9fb-Troyer-important_1_Pub.mp3]Thanks to Troyer Ventures, the exhibit will be free of charge. Photo: Troyer Ventures owner Steve Troyer is pictured with Allan Cup President Paul van Nostrand – Adam Reaburn/Energeticcity.caTroyer Ventures has backed the Allan Cup Committee’s plan to have a Hockey Hall of Fame exhibit in Fort St. John.- Advertisement -At a media conference on Wednesday, Allan Cup Committee President Paul Van Nostrand thanked Troyer Ventures President Steve Troyer for his contribution, and said that Troyer had been enthusiastic about the idea since he first broached the subject.The exhibit will be set up in the east-end of the North Peace Arena lobby from Tuesday, April 20th until Saturday, April 24th. Van Nostrand says the display will include four seperate themes, including the NHL Original Six, Team Canada, Western Canadian Hockey, and the history of the Allan Cup. It will also include two of the most popular interactive games from the Hall of Fame.The Stanley Cup itself will be on hand for one day, though organizers aren’t sure yet which day that will be.Van Nostrand says the display will be managed by a group of volunteers (possibly including some minor Flyers), to be co-ordinated by Ken Rutherford.Advertisement
Everyone associated with Rangers is angry referee Willie Collum didn’t award the club a free-kick in the lead up to Celtic’s goal.Steven Gerrard, the Gers manager raged on the touchline, furious Tom Rogic wasn’t penalised for what he thought was a foul on Ryan Jack. Former Ibrox midfielder Lee McCulloch thought it was a foul and ex-Rangers striker and manager Ally McCoist told talkSPORT exactly what he thought about the decision. Jack, meanwhile, was more annoyed that, as the rest of Celtic Park erupted into celebration at Olivier Ntcham’s winner, he was blanked by Collum.“I said: ‘Willie, I thought that was a foul’, but you get nothing back,” he told the Scottish Sun. “It’s: ‘Go away, get out my face’, whatever. 1 “There’s nothing you can say. If you do try to approach to ask why, it’s a booking and another rash decision that’s going to be made on the pitch.“It’s frustrating for players that you can’t actually approach a referee and ask for an explanation.“I feel like I can’t approach him but that goes for most referees nowadays. You can’t approach them, you can’t speak or they’ll book you.” Ryan Jack thinks he was fouled by Tom Rogic Afterwards, Celtic’s players applauded their support, but the Rangers fans forced to stay behind afterwards, didn’t seem to like captain Scott Brown dancing in delight close to the away end.
“It was a great team but the guys who I played with “It was a great team but the guys who I played with were 17, 18 and 19 years of age and I was 26. I wish I was 16-17 then and I would have stayed for four years. Not saying that I am not enjoying now,” he added. A coach from SCP will be sent to stay with the trainees in Kolhapur with an Indian as his assistant. “We are considered as one of the best in recruitment. Football in India has a lot of potential,” said commercial head of SCP, Bruno Mascarenhas. PTI SSR NRB AH BAS