Glacier Kings set to weather the Storm

Round two of VIJHL playoffs gets underway Friday, March 6 in Campbell River

The bell rings for round two of the Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League playoffs on Friday, March 6 for the Comox Valley Glacier Kings as they take on the Campbell River Storm in the North Division final.

The best-of-seven series begins March 6 in Campbell River. Game 2 goes March 7 in Courtenay with game time 7:30 p.m. at the Comox Valley Sports Centre Arena #1.

Game 3 goes March 10 in Courtenay at 7 p.m., Game 4 March 11 in Campbell River, Game 5 March 13 in Campbell River, Game 6 March 14 in Courtenay and Game 7 March 15 in Campbell River.

 

The North Division winner will meet the South Division champion in the best-of-seven VIJHL playoff championships.

 

 

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