AFTER A STRONG regular season

Brian Rice Chiefs looking forward to playoffs

Atom A rep team goes undefeated during regular season

 

 

 

CVMHA Brian Rice’s Atom A hockey team wrapped up their league play Sunday with a decisive 10-4 win over Tri-Port.  This win was their 10th consecutive league win which leaves them with a perfect record of 10-0.

This win kept the team on top of the standings throughout the season and secures them top spot going into playoffs.

The team, made up of 10 and 11 year olds, worked hard all season long both on and off the ice.  “The boys have come a long way since September and deserved every win,” says a team official. “They are an amazing group and a joy to coach. We are really looking forward to playoffs.”

Playoffs begin in two weeks.  For playoff games please check www.cvmha.ca timetable for dates and times of when the Atom A hockey team plays.

 

– Brian Rice Atom A Chiefs

 

 

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