Vancouver, BC -
The Vancouver Canucks, joined by members of the Bourdon family and representatives of BC Hockey, unveiled the Luc Bourdon Wall of Dreams today. The wall, inspired by Luc Bourdon’s character and dedication to hockey, is located at Gate 3 of General Motors Place.
“Luc’s passion, courage and perseverance serves as a living legacy to
everyone in the Canucks family,” said Chris Zimmerman, President and
CEO, Canucks Sports & Entertainment. “The Wall of Dreams is a reminder
of the joy that hockey brings to all ages and skill levels. But perhaps, more importantly, it reminds us that with hard work and dedication a dream can come true. We are extremely pleased that the Bourdon family could join us today so that we could honour and celebrate Luc, and what he stood for, together.”
The Luc Bourdon Wall of Dreams honours all of those in minor hockey – a group always close to Luc’s heart. A total of 191 pucks representing BC Hockey membership have been placed in the wall – a visual salute and tribute to Luc and what he represented. Luc Bourdon Wall Design and Construction
: Lawrence McDonald, Ryan Castle, and Leah Vanderhorst of Canucks Sports & Entertainment, David Croal of “et set er a Design Services,” Ken Hollands, Allan Frisk, Isaac Kinakin, Jason Dampier, Jesse Trayler, and Jason Talbot of “Scene Ideas”, Rockey Carness of “Carness Signs” and Chris Fritzsche of Vancouver Scenic.
Help support the Canucks for Kids Fund by making a donation in Luc Bourdon's name through the Canucks for Kids Fund (donations will support a charity in Shippigan).Donate in Luc's memory