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Flipping out at Herb House

New Westminster Royals C3 defenseman Mark Gulbransen sends a Port Coquitlam forward flying in the first period of their game at the Herb House midget hockey tournament, Saturday at Queens Park Arena. - MARIO BARTEL/NEWSLEADER
New Westminster Royals C3 defenseman Mark Gulbransen sends a Port Coquitlam forward flying in the first period of their game at the Herb House midget hockey tournament, Saturday at Queens Park Arena.
— image credit: MARIO BARTEL/NEWSLEADER

New Westminster Royals C3 defenseman Mark Gulbransen sends a Port Coquitlam forward flying in the first period of their game at the Herb House midget hockey tournament, Saturday at Queens Park Arena.

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