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Cup-winning goalie coach helps out
Submitted By craigshufelt on Thursday, August 30, 2018
The Rapids’ peewee teams had a special guest coach on August 26th, as longtime Red Wings’ goalie coach Jim Bedard came out to work with three of our goaltenders.  Bedard, a former NHL goalie, won four Stanley Cups during his tenure with the Wings, and it was a great experience for both the goalies and the goalie parents to have him working with the girls.

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