Terry Cahill hitchhikes to Saskatoon for Rush vs. Roughnecks game
Fubar and Trailer Park Boys star Terry Cahill arrived in Saskatoon to see Rush take on the Calgary Roughnecks in Saturday night’s game.
“I almost hitchhiked, so it didn’t take long,” joked Cahill.
After watching the two teams go head-to-head in Calgary last week, Cahill said tonight’s rematch was reason enough to head to the SaskTel Centre.
“I needed a reason to fly out of Alberta, and I couldn’t think of anything better than a lacrosse game,” said Cahill.
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“I just decided to become an ambassador,” said Cahill, wearing the Rush jersey. “I’m a little contradictory. I’m not going to lie. You know, as they say, ‘when in Rome.'”
He said he would cheer for every goal on the field tonight.
“If the game goes one way, I’m on the right track. If the game goes the other way, I’m on the right track.”
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