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Shots for a good cause

ROBIN BROWNLEE -- Edmonton Sun

, Last Updated: 12:00 PM ET

The Edmonton Oilers and Calgary Flames will move the Battle of Alberta from the ice to the boardroom for a good cause Monday.

Oilers president Patrick LaForge and Calgary counterpart Ken King will participate in a floor hockey shootout at Mother Teresa School, located at 9008 105A Avenue, in a fundraiser to benefit Alberta children through the EnCana Corporation and the Alberta's Promise foundation.

Following the shootout between LaForge and King, Premier Ralph Klein and his wife Colleen Klein will take part in the Alberta's Promise centennial celebration at the Shaw Conference Centre at 2 p.m.

HOT STOVE: The Oilers will throw open the doors at Rexall Place today for their annual select-a-seat program. Fans can watch the Oilers morning training camp sessions and check out seats still available in eight-game mini-packs and three-game premium packs. Doors open at 8:30 a.m.

The Oilers will also hold a live hot stove session at 1 p.m. Oilers GM Kevin Lowe, coach Craig Simpson and players like Chris Pronger, Michael Peca and Jason Smith will be on hand to take questions from fans.

AND . . . as part of proceedings today, the Oilers will be putting tickets for October games on sale starting at 10 a.m. The Oilers recently made a $15 value ticket available.


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