This past weekend, the Prince George Cougars held their 4th annual charity golf tournament at the PG Golf and Curling club to benefit the Spirit of the North Healthcare foundation. This charity directly benefits the Prince George Northern Health hospital with gaining funding to buy expensive medical equipment; such as the SPECT CT scanner that the hospital has been trying to purchase for a while. Just like with most charities around northern B.C, people came out in droves to support this worthy cause. Even current NHL stars and Cougars owners Dan Hamhuis and Eric Brewer made the trip to their old stomping ground to take part in the weekend festivities. The Cougars set up a meeting with the fans on Friday at 4pm, where fans could get autograpghs from their favorite Cougars alumni. CFUR 88.7fm caught up with current Vancouver Canuck d-man Dan Hamhuis to talk about the charity, the Cougars, the Canucks, and his golf game.
CFUR and The Smoke Show would like to thank Greg Pocock and the rest of the Cougars organization for facilitating the interview and making this past weekend a positive time for every sports fan in PG. I am Smoke Stark and this has been my rant on the Prince George Charity Golf Tourney. Cut off one head, two more shall take its place...HAIL HYDRA.