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Nine Yetis going to VIJHL All Star Classic
The Comox Valley Glacier Kings are sending nine players to the 2013 VIJHL All Star Classic.
Defencemen Garrett Halls and Nick Tupper along with forwards Tyson Rennie, Michael Scobie and Mitch Ball have been named to the Team North All Star team while d-men John Gosbee and Rylan Ball along with forwards Sheldon Brett and Calvin Hadley will represent the Yetis on Team North at the Prospects Game.
The All Star Classic goes Jan. 13 at Oceanside Place in Parksville. The day kicks off at 11 a.m. with a banquet at the Parksville Community and Conference Centre.
The Prospects Game goes at 1:30 p.m., Skills Competition at 3:30 p.m. and All Star Classic at 4:30 p.m.
Adult tickets are $15 per game or $25 for the entire event; students and seniors $12 per game or $20 for entire event; children nine and under $10 per game or $15 entire event. Cost of the banquet is $30.
Reserve by e-mail to email@example.com or by sending your cheque to: The Oceanside Generals, PO Box 893, Parksville, B.C., V9P 2G9.
The Glacier Kings returned to regular season action last night with a game in Nanaimo against the Buccaneers, who they are chasing for first place in the North Division. (Game result was unavailable at press time).
The Icemen opened the second half of the season riding a four-game winning streak. At 15-15-2 they are six points back of the 18-13-2 Bucs, who are on a two-game winning streak.
The task gets even tougher tomorrow night (Jan. 5) when they host the Saanich Braves (7:30 p.m. Sports Centre Arena #1). The Braves are second in the South Division and second overall with a 24-6-2 record.