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Wednesday, February 08, 2012

Game 2 PCAHA Juvenile Scholarship Tournament


February 8, 2012

Game 2 of the P.C.A.H.A. 30th Annual Juvenile Scholarship Tournament was played at the George Preston Arena in Langley last night. The game featured the 0-1 Flames against the Senators (in their first game). 

Both teams played with determination and pressed the goalies hard. A high scoring game which displayed the strength of the forwards at the same time as showing the resolve of the defence and goalies. The Flames coached by Doug Shantz (Coquitlam Minor Hockey) and Jordon Badari (Surrey Minor Hockey) never gave up the fight even after trailing 3-0.  A few quick goals saw the game tied up going into the third period. The goals were scored fast and furious in the third and great plays were being made on both sides. A penalty shot was rewarded to Senators player #8 Billy Allen after he was taken down during a breakaway. Billy fired his shot but goalie #30 Trevor Scheffel stood tall in the net and kept Billy from scoring. 

In the end it was the Senators who won 9-4. The Senators who are coached by Derek Chichak (Seafair Minor Hockey) and Dan Melanson (Burnaby Winter Club) will face the Canucks tomorrow night at the North Surrey Rec Centre. Puck drops at 730pm.  Admission is free and programs are available for $2

The MVP's for last nights game are as follows:

#12 Jesse Parks representing Richmond Minor Hockey (playing for the Flames)
#19 Chris Liscombe representing Cloverdale Minor Hockey(playing for the Senators)
The Remaining games for the Tournament are as follows 

  •  Thursday February 9th 730pm North Surrey Rec Centre Arena #1
  •  Saturday February 11th 300pm Sungod Arena North Delta 

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