Mazda Chiefs playing good hockey

Drop playoff tilt to Cowichan, then defeat Nanaimo.

THE MAZDA CHIEFS Player of the Week is defenceman Alex Burechailo

 

 

 

The Comox Valley Mazda Peewee Chiefs have played some of their best hockey of the season over the last two weeks.

The  weekend before last the team travelled to Fuller Lake for a playoff game with the Cowichan Valley Capitals. The local squad started the game with energy and discipline, allowing them to compete with the Capitals.

After the first period, the Chiefs were down 1-0 but continued to work hard resulting in a 2-1 Capital lead at the ice clean. Scoring opportunities continued for both teams until the score was 3-2 for Cowichan at the end of the second period.

The Chiefs put their best effort forward but  Cowichan scored a fourth short-handed goal and then an empty netter to win 5-2. This  past weekend for the Chiefs was a great 4-1 win against the Nanaimo B team.

Come watch us play against Campbell River this Sunday at 10:45 a.m.

– Comox Valley Mazda Peewee Chiefs

 

 

 

 

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