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Past and present NHLers visit children's rehab centre

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It was Hockey Morning In Winnipeg at the Rehabilitation Centre for Children on Wednesday.

Kids facing a varying degree of challenges got to meet some of their hockey heroes, pose for pictures and collect autographs to get their early-summer hockey fix.

Zach Bogosian, Bobby Hull, Thomas Steen and Alex Steen were the big names putting smiles on the faces of the youngsters.

The meet-and-greet was one of the events put on this week by the Amadeus Steen Foundation.

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It was Hockey Morning In Winnipeg at the Rehabilitation Centre for Children on Wednesday.

Kids facing a varying degree of challenges got to meet some of their hockey heroes, pose for pictures and collect autographs to get their early-summer hockey fix.

Winnipeg Jets defenceman Zach Bogosian signs an autograph for Luke Armbruster, 9, at the Rehabilitation Centre for Children Wednesday.

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Winnipeg Jets defenceman Zach Bogosian signs an autograph for Luke Armbruster, 9, at the Rehabilitation Centre for Children Wednesday. Purchase Photo Print

Zach Bogosian, Bobby Hull, Thomas Steen and Alex Steen were the big names putting smiles on the faces of the youngsters.

The meet-and-greet was one of the events put on this week by the Amadeus Steen Foundation.

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