Quebec AM | Feb 21, 2013 | 5:56

Gaspé Pee Wee Hockey team in Quebec City

The Gaspe pee-wee CC hockey team les Predateurs de Forillon are in Quebec City for the International Pee Wee tournament. Caleb Gaul is one of the players on the team, and tells us why this tournament is so important to them.

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