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Vancouver Canucks To Hold Drag Show Before Game


by Hank Berrien


April 2, 2023

The NHL’s Vancouver Canucks have announced that before their game against the Calgary Flames on Friday night, the team will feature a drag show as part of Pride night.

The drag show will include Vancouver-based performers Mx.Bukuru, Carrie Oki Doki, Xanax, and Jerrilynn Spears, as part of “Pride Party on the Plaza,” the team’s website states. The team adds that the players will wear “Pride themed warmup jerseys designed by a local artist” and that “drag show performers featured on the Plaza will join us inside at the Stanley Park Brewing activation in Section 111.”

“The opportunity to celebrate the 2SLGBTQIA+ community is very important to our entire organization,” said Michael Doyle, president of the team’s entertainment and business operations. “Pride night and all the incredible activities that highlight this evening, is special for a number of reasons. Besides raising awareness and understanding, it also lets our fan base know that everyone is welcome here at Rogers Arena. Our club believes strongly in diversity and inclusion, and we look forward to celebrating these core values with our community.”

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  1. Nauseating. Evil!…YES EVIL! Anyone in agreement with the pathetic stance taken by Canucks management is part of this disgusting problem.

  2. It is important that the team should win games and make the playoffs. The wearing of pride jerseys will not help them do so.

  3. I want the next game to have the players in pre-game wear a jersey for the gluten intolerants! Free the glutens!


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