Cliff Ronning drops puck for Posse season opening game

Retired NHL’er Cliff Ronning dropped the puck to begin the official start to the season.

Retired NHL star

Posse team members were escorted onto the ice by Minor Posse players and Princeton Figure Skaters as they were introduced to the crowd present at the season opening game on Friday, Sept. 14.

Retired NHL’er Cliff Ronning dropped the puck to begin the official start to the season.

The Fernie Ghostriders came to Princeton to play the Posse on home ice.

Eric Kubis scored first for the Posse assisted by team mates, Kurtis Bond and Brett Perrine.

The second and winning goal was scored by Jon Thompson assisted by Dakota Leppa.

The final score for the evening was Posse 2 and Ghostriders 1.

Princeton Posse host the next home game against the Kelowna Chiefs at the Princeton and District Arena on Friday, Sept. 21 at 7 p.m.

 

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