RCAF show point-of-view flypass video of Bell MTS Place before Knights/Jets game

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Winnpeg may not have the largest population in the NHL… in fact, they have the smallest (http://icehockey.wikia.com/wiki/NHL_Cities_by_population).  Though, The Winnipeg Whiteout has proven to be one of the best traditions in the NHL, and that Jets fans are among the rowdiest in professional sports.  Fans in “the ‘peg” have packed Bell MTS Place every game this season, and the party has yet to slow down.  As part of their pre-game tradition, the Royal Canadian Air Force send two 15 Wing CT-155 Hawks to perform a flypass over the arena.  On Sunday, RCAF tweeted a video of the flypass from the cockpit point-of-view.  See the video below:

Ever wondered what a @nhljets flypast looks like from the cockpit? Check out the view from the four-ship of 15 Wing CT-155 Hawks that flew the flypast over the #WPGWhiteout yesterday. Looks like the pilot had a fave team! #RCAF pic.twitter.com/fDvahtjHg5


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