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LONDON ANNOUNCED AS HOMETOWN HOCKEY CITY
Submitted By Sean Wheatley on Wednesday, June 13, 2018
Tara Slone from Sportsnet is in London, ON to reveal some of the upcoming stops on Hometown Hockey.



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