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Ference wants players to go green

Source:  Globe and Mail 

Author:  Matthew Sekeres

Published:  December 7, 2007

VANCOUVER -- A professional hockey player and environmentalist David Suzuki make for strange breakfast companions, but their unlikely encounter in Calgary last year is greening dressing rooms throughout the NHL.

Since their meeting last fall, Andrew Ference, a Boston Bruins defenceman, has become the point man for the National Hockey League Players' Association on environmental issues. His goal is to slow climate change by changing the mindset of his fellow players.

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