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Hockey players are taking their game underwater in Prince George

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By day, Stephen Rader is a cutting edge scientist, splicing DNA up at UNBC. By night, he's an cutting edge athlete playing hockey underwateStephen Rader shows us his underwater puck and stick.r down in the PG Aquatic Centre. Rader plays on an underwater hockey team in Prince George. And he speaks with Betsy

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