Midget reps exact revenge on Kitimat Winterhawks

It was a solid weekend for the club, as they won both games against the Winterhawks on the road.

The Prince Rupert midget rep hockey Seawolves were in Kitimat this past weekend, as they continued their regular season campaign in the Skeena Valley Hockey League.

And it was a solid weekend for the club, as they won both games against the Winterhawks.

In Game 1 on Saturday, the Seawolves narrowly escaped with a 5-4 victory.

Two goals from Drew Fudger, two goals from David Smith and a lone tally from Tyler Matalone allowed the Seawolves  to leave Kitimat’s rink on Saturday with the ‘W’.

Game 2 was played on Sunday morning in Kitimat, and it featured another tight game.

The Seawolves found themselves up on the scoreboard early and never relinquished the pressure.

Mitch Cook was able to net two goals, and Teryn Archer and Keiden Archer netted the other markers, making the final 4-2 for the Seawolves.

After the weekend’s two wins, the midget reps’ regular season record is 3-2, as they exacted revenge on the Winterhawks from two losses they suffered at the hands of their rivals earlier in October.

The team will be back on the ice and on the road on Jan. 16 and 17, 2016, when they take on the Storm in Smithers in the Skeena Valley Hockey League.

For now, they’ll take to the road and travel to Prince George this upcoming weekend for a tier 2 tournament that the Prince George Minor Hockey Association is hosting Nov. 20 – 22.

 

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