By Fred Wallace
Hi, this is Fred Wallace with " Off the Wire "
There's a lot on the go this weekend, in fairness, highlighted by the 105th Grey Cup at Ottawa.
The Calgary Stampeders face the Toronto Argonauts.
Is there any way that Calgary loses this game ?
Elsewhere, in the Barrie area, the Canadian Juvenile Broomball Qualifier is this weekend featuring both Kilsyth entries.
In the Juvenile Girls Division, the Kilsyth Young Guns open against Eastern Thunder at Lefroy and hope for a showdown with the Palmerston Terminators later in the day.
Meanwhile, the Kilsyth Flyers face the Palmerston Posse at Stroud in their opener in the Boys Division and with a win will play later this evening.
Of course, both the Lady Young Guns and the Flyers will be at the National Juvenile Championship Tournament in Owen Sound in April.
As we mentioned earlier in the week, the Sign Street Northern Lights Classic Girls Hockey Tournament hosted by the Owen Sound Ice Hawks goes this weekend sandwiched around the Ice Hawks Showcase Day on Saturday which starts just after 9 am tomorrow morning at the Harry Lumley-Bayshore.
And finally, the Cubs for Cancer campaign climaxes tomorrow night when the Attack host the Guelph Storm.
More than $ 28,000 has already been generated for the Bluewater Community Office and their services to deal with Childhood Cancer and the hope is that total will swell through the evening tomorrow, with the highlight being the auction of the Sarah Cowan designed Attack jerseys.
Have a great weekend.
I'm Fred Wallace