Moose Knuckles reign supreme at Downpour hockey tournament in Port McNeill

The Downpour hockey tournament took over the Chilton Regional Arena in Port McNeill all weekend.

The Men’s and Ladies Downpour hockey tournament took over the Chilton Regional Arena in Port McNeill all weekend, with eight teams in two divisions battling it out to see who would make it to the finals on Sunday.

In the women’s division, it was the Juiceheads and the Victoria Furies who qualified for the final, with the Juiceheads prevailing 10-4.

In the men’s division, it came down to the Warriors and the Moose Knuckles, with the Moose Knuckles taking home a very close 7-5 win and getting to hoist the golden T-Rex trophy.

Full results from the tournament are as follows:

Ladies

1st – Juiceheads;

2nd – Victoria Furies;

3rd – Port McNeill Downpour;

4th – Port Hardy Wild.

Men’s

1st – Moose Knuckles (Port Alice);

2nd – Warriors (Port Hardy);

3rd – Flyers (Port McNeill);

4th – Ice Devils (Port McNeill).

 

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