Chris Bourque’s son participates in intermission youth game and interview, says his favorite Bears player is Riley Barber
One of the best parts of any hockey game is arguably when local youth hockey players are brought onto the ice to play a short game during intermission. Similarly to the Caps’ Mites on Ice, the Hershey Bears brought kids out to play after the first period of the team’s game against the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins on Sunday night.
One of the kids to take the ice was Kingston Bourque, son of the Bears alternate captain Chris Bourque. Proud to see his son following in his footsteps, Bourque did not join his team in the locker room and stayed out by the ice to watch Kingston play. After the youth game, Papa Bourque skated out to greet Lil Bourque.