Canucks star to make appearance in Tsawwassen

Vancouver Canucks star Bo Horvat will be paying a visit to Tsawwassen Mills next weekend.

The NHLer is scheduled to sign autographs from 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 21 at the Pastime Sports & Games store at the Tsawwassen mall.

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The store says it’s a ticketed event ($50). A ticket gets you one autograph on an item of your choice and a photo with Horvat.  

“We have a photographer for the event. We will post a photo of you and Bo to our Facebook Page for free. There will be no personal cameras allowed for the event so we can get everyone through in a timely fashion,” the store told the Optimist in a Facebook message.

Visit to purchase tickets and to see other autograph options, including a variety of matted photos.

The time and date are subject to change due to Horvat’s schedule. If he’s unable to attend the event will be rescheduled and original event tickets will be valid on the new date, the store says, adding partial proceeds of every sale will be donated to the Ron Dunkley Memorial Society

Horvat, a London, Ontario native, posted 44 points in 64 games last season.

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