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A junior hockey team in southeastern British Columbia says it has yet to receive a multimillion dollar donation it was promised last month,
but the man behind the pledge says it will be in the team hands in 10 days.
The board of directors of the Kimberley Dynamiters posted a statement Monday on Facebook thanking fans for their support and explaining that it had yet to receive the $7.5 million.
The Dynamiters board says completing the team season in the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League is its main priority and it will not make any further statements unless there are developments.
commitment promised to the Kimberley Dynamiters and Kimberley minor hockey has not been received,
the team says in its Facebook post.
thank all of the Dynamiter fans and the wider community for their interest and continued support. team said previously it was discussing ways of using the money,
including channelling some of it to the Kimberley Minor Hockey Association to help boost registration.
The minor hockey association said the publicity surrounding the donations has hurt its fundraising.
minor hockey relies on the generous donations from the community to help support our fundraising during our tournaments. This year KMHA members have been getting turned down for donations on the assumption of a large rumoured donation and we feel that it needs to be clarified that there has been no money donated to the association or its members,
president Curtis McLaren said in a statement released Tuesday night.