Brayden Pitcairn’s backhand shot hits Mission City goalie Cole Muys high and drops behind him, giving David Porter (19) an easy tap-in goal. Photo by Terry Farrell

PHOTOS: Comox Valley Glacier Kings host Mission City Outlaws in junior B hockey exhibition game

Outlaws post 4-3 victory

The Comox Valley Glacier Kings hosted the Mission City Outlaws in junior B hockey exhibition action Sunday, Sept. 1 at the Comox Valley Sports Centre in Courtenay. The Outlaws came away with a 4-3 victory. Comox Valley Record editor Terry Farrell was on hand to take some photos.

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Mission City Outlaws goalie Cole Muys makes the save in heavy traffic. Photo by Terry Farrell

Mission City Outlaws goalie Cole Muys shuts the door on Comox Valley Glacier King forward David Porter. Photo by Terry Farrell

Comox Valley Glacier King defenceman Boden Davis clears the rebound of a Dawson Campbell (Mission City Outlaws) shot away from goalie Branden Snider. Photo by Terry Farrell

Mission City Outlaws forward Chase Newman dangles around Comox Valley Glacier Kings defenceman Alex Clark. Photo by Terry Farrell

Mission City Outlaws forward Dalton Edwards looks for a shot against the Comox Valley Glacier Kings defence. Photo by Terry Farrell

Comox Valley Glacier Kings goalie Branden Snider watches helplessly as the puck gets past him to give the Mission City Outlaws 4-3 lead, late in the second period of a jr. B hockey exhibition game at the Comox Valley Sports Centre, Sept. 1. Photo by Terry Farrell

Comox Valley Glacier King Ryan Whitehead breaks out of the zone with a Mission City Outlaws player. Photo by Terry Farrell

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