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Firefighters and police officers go head-to-head in charity hockey game

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WEST VALLEY CITY -- Local firefighters and police officers took their friendly rivalry onto the ice Saturday afternoon.

The Utah Grizzlies and the E Center hosted the annual "Guns N' Hoses" hockey game in West Valley City. This is the eighth year of the event.

This year's match benefited Shriners Hospital for Children in Salt Lake City. The two sides played their hearts out, but in the end the firefighters won 8-6.

After the local heroes took the ice, spectators enjoyed the Grizzlies game against the Las Vegas Wranglers.


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