Kamloops Blazers and their Christmas traditions

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The blue and orange will have 10 days off for the Western Hockey League's Christmas break.

Most of the Kamloops Blazers will head home, spreading out across Western Canada to visit their families.

Reporter Marty Hastings talked to a few of the players about their holiday traditions.

He also caught up with one former Blazer who was delivered a lump of coal as an early Christmas present.

Marty speaks with Daybreak host Shelley Joyce.

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