Hockey Players Walk Down A Draw Bridge To Access This 95-Year-Old Rink

Hockey Players Walk Down A Draw Bridge To Access This 95-Year-Old Rink

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Hockey Players Walk Down A Draw Bridge To Access This 95-Year-Old Rink

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A hockey rink in the small village of Lang is believed to be the oldest in Saskatchewan, Canada.

The rink was built in 1928, and began welcoming hockey players and figure skaters in 1929.

Lang had a population of just 189 people in 2016. It’s safe to say this old rink is the unofficial community center for the town.

The rink has recently gone viral due to a draw-bridge that’s lowered for players to access the ice.

CBC visited the rink, and interviewed the employees who are working hard to preserve the historic building. Check it out:

The Lang Rink has started a GoFundMe to rasie money for improvements, basic maintenance, and bathroom repairs.

The fundraiser was started just two weeks ago, and has already eclipsed its goal of $25,000.

You can still donate if you’re interested. Click here, or the button below.

 

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