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All told, $2,252.49 was raised for the North Island Eagles association.
The North Island Peewee Eagles led a few lambs to the slaughter…
The Tri-Port Midget Wild were back in action Sunday, Jan. 20 at…
VIDEO: Port McNeill Whalers win bantam house tournament after thrilling shootout at Cruickshank Arena in Port Hardy
Whalers’ goaltender Sebastian Jolliffe stopped two shots back to back to earn the comeback win.
The North Island Atom Eagles picked up two big wins on the weekend.
Team BC, headed by skip Tyler Tardi, emerged triumphant – again – from the Canadian juniors Sunday.
The Eagles cruised to an easy 10-3 victory.
Teams from all over Vancouver Island came to play and test their skills against each other.
VIDEO: Matthew Datos and Tristan Mardell score late to save perfect season for the North Island Bantam Eagles
“It was probably the grittiest game I’ve seen from any team.”
Sports Talk with Tyson is back this week with an indepth look at the North Island Bantam Eagles.
The Wild won back to back games, 10-1 and 8-0 over the visiting Nanaimo Clippers.
Ten teams battled it out in round robin format to see who would end up in the A-Final.
The Eagles next game is Jan. 19 against the Juan De Fuca Grizzlies at 4:00 p.m. in Port McNeill.
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.