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Blazers fans got a treat watching game in Kamloops Memorial Arena

The Blazers may have lost against the Rockets last night, but fans got a real treat. They saw the team play in memorial arena for the first time in over two decades. We'll pay a visit.

The Blazers may have lost against the Rockets last night, but fans got a real treat.

Fans in line waiting to see Blazers at the Memorial Arena (Jenifer Norwell/CBC)

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      34 hundred people got a chance to see something that hasn't happened in over two decades. The Blazers played in Memorial Arena. A scheduling conflict with the Women's World Hockey Championships lead the the team playing in the historic venue. Daybreak's Jenifer Norwell went to the game and spoke with some of the fans.

      The Blazers face off against the Rockets again tonight - this time at the Sandman Centre.

      To hear the audio, click the link: Blazers fans got a treat watching game in Kamloops Memorial Arena 

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