Mazda Chiefs on the move in minor hockey

PeeWee A team and Legion B team fundraiser Thursday at Prime Chophouse







Another season of rep hockey is underway for the Courtenay Mazda PeeWee A Chiefs. The team, with a strong contingent of returning players, began their season  Sept. 14 with an exhibition game against Nanaimo’s B team. The kids came away with an exciting 3-3 tie, scoring in the final minute with the goalie on the bench.

They followed that up with two more exhibition games this past weekend, a hard-fought 5-2 loss against a quick Juan de Fuca team, and a 4-4 tie on the road on a windy and rainy day in Powell River.

The team is finding their form and are readying themselves for the tiering games to be played over the next few weekends.

Join both the Courtenay Mazda A team and the Legion Branch 17 B team at their team fundraising event Thursday, Sept. 26 at The Prime Chophouse, from 5 to 10 p.m., where  $20 will get you a delicious burger or pasta and a drink.

Be sure to partake in the 50/50 draws, auction items and local live entertainment while you dine. Come out and support your local peewee hockey players while having a great meal in a fantastic local eatery.  A special thank you to our sponsors and supporters.


– Courtenay Mazda PeeWee A Chiefs



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