Wednesday, December 21, 2005


WJC: Czechs robbed in Kelowna

The Czechs and Canadians took to the ice in Kelowna for an exhibition game, which the Czechs lost 2-1.

Saldy, it seems the poor Czechs were robbed during the game. No, not by goalie Devan Dubnyk (who had to do very little), but by a bunch of cowardly thieves.

CHILLIWACK/CKNW(AM980) - Not a great week for the Czech Republic Junior Team taking part in the World Junior Hockey Championships in Vancouver.

Last night they lost an exhibition game against team Canada in Kelowna, 2-1.

Even worse the team had their hotel rooms ransacked and robbed sometime Saturday evening.

RCMP will only say they are investigating a series of room break-ins at the Best Western in Chilliwack where the team was saying.

However, sources say thieves stole personal items and cash from the rooms of the players.


Now, I know Kelowna is in the sticks, but could someone remind the Kelowna Capital News that Czechoslovakia has not existed for over a decade?

No more Czechoslovakia?!?! Next you'll be telling them the Berlin Wall is gone.
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