Br. 17 Legion Chiefs beat Oceanside

Tier 2 Rep team hosts two games this weekend at Sports Centre #1

LEGION BRANCH NO. 17 goalies greet each other during recent minor hockey action.

 

 

 

The Branch 17 Legion Peewee T2 Rep Chiefs celebrated a long-awaited win against Oceanside last Sunday in Parksville.

The team has been busy so far this minor hockey season with most of their away games being hosted in Victoria.  As well, the Chiefs also spent Remembrance Day giving back to their sponsors by working behind the scenes at the Courtenay Cenotaph and Legion cleaning up and serving food to those who participated in the ceremonies.

Now the team is gearing up for their home tournament Jan. 4-6 where they will be hosting 11 other teams.  They are coached by Louise Gautier who is assisted by Les Black, Brent Brucker, Shawn Murray and Greg Rivett.

This weekend they will be playing back-to-back home games beginning on Saturday with a game against Cowichan at Sports Centre #1 at 12:15 p.m.  Their Sunday game is against Sooke and is at 1 p.m. also at Sports Centre #1.

– Branch 17 Legion Peewee Chiefs

 

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