Glacier Kings’ second round schedule announced

Yetis to meet Nanaimo Buccaneers in VIJHL semifinals

The Comox Valley Glacier Kings’ second-round playoff schedule has been announced.

The Yetis swept the Oceanside Generals 4-0 in their opening round series to become the first team to advance in Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League post-season play.

Barring a major upset in the Nanaimo Buccaneers vs. Kerry Park Islanders series (the Bucs lead 3-0 with game four going Tuesday), the Yetis will meet Nanaimo in round two.

Game #1 goes Tuesday, March 5 in Nanaimo at 7:15 p.m.; game #2 Thursday, March 7 in Nanaimo 7:15 p.m.; game #3 Saturday, March 9 in Courtenay 7:30 p.m.; game #4 Tuesday, March 12 in Courtenay time TBA; game #5 Thursday, March 14 in Nanaimo; game #6 Saturday, March 16 in Courtenay 7:30 p.m.; game #7 date TBA in Nanaimo.

In the South Island playoffs, Victoria Cougars lead Peninsula Panthers 2-1 with game #4 going Monday and Saanich Braves lead Westshore Wolves 3-1 with game #4 going Tuesday.

Follow the action at www.vijhl.com.

The VIJHL champion will be joined by the KIJHL and PJHL champions and the host Glacier Kings at the Cyclone Taylor Cup (B.C. Jr. championship) April 11-4 in Courtenay.

 

Tickets are available by e-mailing gkings@island.net or calling 250-334-4709.

 

 

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