VIDEO: Moms Gone Wild thrill Canucks crowd

Members perform flash-mob Thriller routine at Rogers Arena on Halloween night

The Moms Gone Wild of Maple Ridge were at it, performing their flash-mob Thriller routine at the Vancouver Canucks game against the Chicago Blackhawks at Rogers Arena on Halloween.

The moms also performed earlier in the week in Pitt Meadows for a young man being treated for cancer, along with his family.

The group is made up of moms looking for a break from their normal routine raising children to take part in activities like kayaking, yoga, rock climbing and volunteering to recharge and rediscover their passion.

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