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The event saw almost 200 runners participate.
Mackinkley Whalen, 11, wrote a ‘get well soon’ card to Ryan Kesler and got a heck of a surprise
The Tri-Port Midget Wild pulled off a comeback at home, scoring two late goals to tie Juan De Fuca.
The Eagles went unbeaten in preseason this year and were selected to play in VIAHA’s Tier 2 division.
“We started really good, had some jump and spent the majority of the first period in their zone.”
“We got two points in our first league game and that is a positive — it’s back to work on Thursday.”
Shari Woodside was one of eight paddlers to represent Canada
“The Wild really showed what kind of character they have this weekend.”
Almost 200 runners participated in the annual A.J. Elliot meet
Next action is Friday night back at home to take on Oceanside
The girls head back up-Island for a tournament this weekend, but will be back on home ice Nov. 4
Coach Ryan Handley confirmed the Eagles will be playing in VIAHA’s tier 2 division this season.
The Wild had won back-to-back road games over the Cowichan Valley Capitals and the Nanaimo Clippers.
“We planned this event specifically to celebrate World Girls Hockey Weekend.”
Spectators enjoyed a fun-filled day of highland dancing events.
“I’m proud of the way the team represented the North Island.”
The Atom Eagles found themselves down 3-0 against the Comox Valley Chiefs in the first period.
Port Hardy’s Seth Hanuse got an assist on the Riptide’s second goal, which tied the game.
The Eagles stomped the Comox Valley Chiefs B team 22 – 1