Mazda Chiefs off to slow start

Team will be focussing on playing better in early going of their games

THE MAZDA PEEWEE Chiefs Player of the Week is Keenan Toal

The Mazda Peewee Chiefs started minor hockey regular season play this past weekend with a home game against Juan de Fuca Grizzlies on Saturday and an away game with Cowichan Valley Capitals at Fuller Lake.

The Chiefs had a slow start in both games, resulting in  losses of 6-3 and 6-2. One of the goals for the team in the next few weeks will be to have a strong start to games instead of giving up early goals and playing catch up.

The Chiefs thank local sponsors Mount Washington, Happy’s Source for Sports, Best Western Plus Hotel, Holiday Inn, Crown Isle, Wal Mart, NIDES, Tufts Fresh Gear, Oh Spa, Natural Pastures Cheese, Gunter Meats, Fitness Excellence, Engrave It, Shoreline Orthodontics, Berry Realty, Acreview Dental, City Spaces Consulting, Saputo, Novecosky and Assoc., Valley Care Med., C&L Supply, Darryl Robbins Acc., West Coast Skates, Superstore, Comox Valley Mazda, Extra Foods, Westcoast Elite Hockey Ac., Stronitharm Con. and Quality Foods.

 

– Mazda Peewee Chiefs

 

 

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