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Tri-Port Peewee Wild team up with Campbell River Hurricanes, win bronze medals at Christmas tournament
“I am beyond proud of these girls. They all fought so hard, every shift was full on. “
“All the players played their hearts out, every player in the room contributed to our success”
North Island Bantam Eagles show grit and determination in tough shootout loss to Alberni Valley Bulldogs
The final game of the tournament would end up going to a shootout to decide the winner.
“Without further adieu, let’s dive right in and break down the rep minor hockey season so far.”
“Success is measured by the smiles on the players’ faces, not by the scoreboard.”
“We showed some real grit digging down deep for the two points.”
Who can stop the North Island Bantam Eagles? The answer so far this season is, well, no one.
With the gritty win, the Eagles improved their tier two division league play record to 3-4-1.
The Wild will be back in action at the Don Cruickshank Memorial Arena in Port Hardy on Feb. 9.
The North Island Atom Eagles will be back in league play action at home in January.
Both teams came to play on Sunday, putting up a pretty great fight.
The Eagles improved their league play record to 6-0.
The hamper game raised cash, food and toy donations for the Gazette Christmas Hamper Fund.
VIDEO: Tri-Port Midget Wild go on a three game winning streak by edging out Capitals at the Chilton Arena
The Tri-Port Midget Wild are now 3-1-1 in league play this season.
The 12th annual Wild hockey tournament held around the clock games on…
The North Island Bantam Eagles continued their winning ways, this time picking…
Shelby Cockell would go on to complete the hat trick for the Warriors.
The game was not close right from the first drop of the puck and the Eagles scored 13 goals.
The Eagles scored a whopping 15 unanswered goals over three periods.
The Eagles will look to regroup with a home game Nov. 24 against the Campbell River Tyees.