Gail wasn't the only member of the Munro family to take to the ice in Vernon. Young Mark Munro had his five minutes of fame before the fourth draw.
Gail had told him he had to take his bagpipes to Canada, he plays with Merchiston School pipe band and has been playing for just a year.
Taking his pipes to Vernon proved a winner, Gail had heard the local junior pipe band was struggling to find people to play before draw four, so offered Mark's services. And he proudly marched down the centre walkway wearing a Munro tartan kilt as the band led the teams into the arena.
A great experience for young Mark.
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