Green Men are here for Grizzlies

The Green Men known for their antics at Vancouver Canucks games, arrived in town for Friday's Victoria Grizzlies home opener hockey game.

  • Sep. 14, 2012 6:00 a.m.

The Victoria Grizzlies' mascot Griz was on hand at the Harbour Air seaplane terminal to greet the Green Men

The Green Men, well known for their antics antagonizing hockey players on opposing teams at Vancouver Canucks games, arriving via a Harbour Air seaplane in order to attend Friday’s Victoria Grizzlies’ home opener.

The duo, clad in their signature green body suits, were excited about the game as they are free to move around the entire arena and interact with fans unlike Canucks games where they are limited to their seating area.

The Grizzlies face off against the Powell River Kings at Bear Mountain Arena at 7:15pm.

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