The Comox Valley Atom A Chiefs won gold at a Campbell River tourney.

Atom A Chiefs win gold at Campbell River tourney

Comox Valley hockey squad knocks off North Vancouver Storm 6-2 in championship final

The Comox Valley Atom A Chiefs posted an impressive victory in the Campbell River Atom Development Family Day Tournament this past weekend.

To earn a spot in the gold medal game, the Chiefs posted a 3-1 record in the round robin that included teams from Campbell River and Triport, as well as New Westminster and North Vancouver.

Facing the North Vancouver Storm in the final game on Monday, the Chiefs triumphed by playing a disciplined game, with all of the team committing to strong defensive play. Able to capitalize and convert on their opportunities, the Chiefs skated to a 6-2 win.

The win sets up the Chiefs to play the final few games of their league play before starting the playoffs in the latter part of February.

– Atom A Chiefs


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