Everett native Hunter Campbell plays for the Calgary Hitmen during a game against the Regina Pats in Dec. 2017 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Campbell will play his first game as a WHL player in his hometown Tuesday night when the Silvertips host the Hitmen.(Candice Ward / Calgary Hitmen photo)

Everett native Hunter Campbell plays for the Calgary Hitmen during a game against the Regina Pats in Dec. 2017 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Campbell will play his first game as a WHL player in his hometown Tuesday night when the Silvertips host the Hitmen.(Candice Ward / Calgary Hitmen photo)

Everett native set for homecoming when Silvertips host Calgary

Hunter Campbell and the visiting Calgary Hitmen will take on Everett on Tuesday night.

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