Alberni’s Bulldogs participate in jersey score

The Alberni Valley Bulldogs are auctioning off game worn jerseys as a fundraising initiative.

If you like hockey jerseys and auctions then the Alberni Valley Bulldogs have just the thing for you.

The club announced that it has initiated a used Bulldogs hockey jersey auction.

The jerseys up for auction are the team’s 2011/12 black game-work jerseys.

Each season, the Bulldogs provide fans with opportunities to bid on jerseys worn during regular season BCHL games.

“This is a great way for members of the community, the general public, and hockey fans at large to get a piece of the game,” said Alberni Valley Bulldogs Director of Marketing Laurie Smillie.

“It allows Bulldogs fans and jersey collectors to get a chance to buy their favorite player’s jersey and, at the same time, help support the team.”

The online auction is already underway on the team’s website atwww.albernivalleybulldogs.ca.

Bidding ends at 5 p.m. PST on Tuesday, April 17, 2012.

The jerseys available in the online auction are: No. 2 Marlon Sabo; No. 3 Daniel DelBianco;  No. 6 Chase Van Allen;  No. 8 Brandon Adams; No. 9 Ryan Lough; No 10 Lars Hepso; No. 12 Tyler Berkholtz; No. 15 Evan Tironese (led all 1995-born players in scoring in the BCHL); No. 17 Justin Morello; No. 18 Hunter Stewart; No. 20 Tryg Strand; No. 21 Arty Kalasknikov; No. 22 Brandon Halls; No. 25 Turner Popoff; No. 27 Yan Kalashnikov; and No. 28 Nick Tupper.

For more information contact Laurie Smillie at 250-723-4412 or lsmillie@albernivalleybulldogs.ca.

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