VIDEO: Colwood referees dance their way through minor league game

Video captures referee dance moves

Tianna Shaw captured the dance moves of some enthusiastic referees at a Juan de Fuca Grizzlies and Saanich Braves hockey game at The Q Centre in Colwood on Sunday.

Shaw’s brother plays for the Grizzlies and she said she often watches his games, but the dancing refs are one of the big draws.

“That’s one of the reasons I like to go watch there,” she said. “Everyone who I sit with usually is wanting to film or take pictures or laughing. It gets everyone entertained and in a good mood, regardless of how the game is going it just gets everyone having fun.”

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