Atom C Hope Wildcats earn regional banner

Team went undefeated in league play, picks up Easter Fraser Valley win

The Hope Wildcats Atom C hockey team has won their league banner this year.

The team has played in two tournaments this season, winning gold in both of them. And in league play, they netted +97 goals (113 goals for, and 16 goals against). They also went undefeated through league play this season.

They were presented with the banner following their final game on Saturday morning (Feb. 15).

Their regular league games see them playing against Chilliwack, Abbotsford, Aldergrove and Mission. Atom level is for players 11 and under.

To learn more about playing for the Hope Wildcats in the next season, call 604-869-3377 or visit www.hopeminorhockey.ca.


 

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