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Friday, February 10, 2012

Game 3 PCAHA Juvenile Scholarship Tournament


February 10, 2012

Last night at the North Surrey Rec Centre was game 3 of the P.C.A.H.A 30th Annual Juvenile Scholarship Tournament. 

The game matched up the Senators against the Canucks who were both undefeated. The Senators were quick on the draw and had control throughout the entire game. 

Senators player #8 Billy Allen (representing Ridge Meadows Minor hockey) had to leave the game after he was hit against the boards causing a knee injury. (Still unknown as to the extent but hopefully just badly bruised) The Canucks fought back and had tied the game up but the Senators proved just too much for them. 

Canucks caught a break when #7 Benjamin Kirlik (representing Surrey Minor Hockey) was pulled down during a breakaway and was given a penalty shot. Benjamin displayed his speed and accuracy in his shot and scored on goalie #30 Brenden Vogt (representing Ridge Meadows Minor Hockey)

The game was exciting, fast paced and the boys fought with determination and fantastic sportsmanship. At the end it was the Senators winning over the Canucks by the score of 7-4. 

The MVP's for last night's game were as follows:

#17 Bobby Maclean (representing Surrey Minor Hockey playing for the Canucks)
#12 Brody Hemrich (representing Cloverdale Minor Hockey playing for the Senators

The Championship game and the awarding of the three $500 bursaries will take place on Saturday February 11th commencing at 3:00pm at the Sungod Arena in North Delta. The awards and trophy will be presented immediately following the game.  

As always, admission is free and souvenir programs will be available for the great cost of only a 'Twoonie'. Come on out and watch some excellent minor hockey, get a picture with the trophy.  Saturday's game will also be streamed live online via:

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