The Hoop and Holler hit the streets of Portage to find out if kids were celebrating the arrival of winter with a game of street hockey. And, of course, Portage la Prairie is home to some red blooded, good, Canadian kids who don’t mind the cold as long as there is some hockey to be played. This is a common scene all across town as kids gather and organize themselves into teams, argue about who should be in net next and whether or not a goal should count. The yelling and screaming and rough housing is called street hockey and not much has changed with it over the years. Sure there are glow in the dark balls(that still get lost in snow) and last years composite sticks rather than tree branches and horse turds but it’s still hockey. If you want the Hoop and Holler to cover your next street hockey game drop us a line at email@example.com and lets us know where and when you’re playing. Now there is passion for the game. Ready for the one-timer! Lots of action around the crease area. But does anyone know where the ball is? One-timer works and goalie celebrates! Car! We call car, even when it’s a truck, and the game barely stops to let the vehicle by. Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.