Every sports team has its own traditions.
We’ve all seen Gatorade baths, rookie dinner nights or even the traditional playoff beard.
Abbotsford Canucks head coach Trent Cull shared a unique way he celebrates shutouts with the assembled media after Sunday’s 3-0 win – a bagel breakfast.
Cull explained he likes the tradition as a way to celebrate team achievements and keep things positive.
The only problem – he was having a difficult time finding quality bagels in Abbotsford and chose the readily available Tim Hortons for the first celebration. Speaking to media at practice today, Cull stated he’s looking for other locations to try local bagels.
Trent Cull says it’s a bit harder to find good bagels in Abbotsford compared to New York. It’s Tim Hortons bagels for his guys until he finds a better bagel spot in Abbotsford.
Any recommendations? I’ll pass them on to Trent.
— 𝗖𝗵𝗿𝗶𝘀 Faber 🔥🎙 (@ChrisFaber39) October 26, 2021
Enter Good Kid Coffee.
Owner Tim Rosebush quickly responded to the call out and offered free bagels for Cull and the entire team.
— Tim Rosebush (@timrosebush) October 26, 2021
Rosebush told The News that he’s thrilled to have the American Hockey League team in town.
“We are excited about having the Canucks in Abbotsford,” he said. “We want to be good neighbours and share what we think are the best bagels in town.”
Good Kid Coffee offers Montreal-style bagels made fresh every day and have poppy, sesame and everything varieties. They also offer them with cream cheese or in four different sandwich options.
They also offer coffee, pastries and other beverages. The coffee shop originally opened back in February.
For more on the establishment, visit goodkidcoffee.ca.