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No room here, pal: Mainstream Biological Consulting Peewee B Tyees defenceman Clinton Nelson does his job of keeping the opponent out of scoring position while goaltender Carson Borgfjord keeps his eyes on the puck. The team had a great weekend of exhibition play against the Oceanside Generals on Saturday in Parksville where the Tyees won 8-0 with the first shutout of the season for goaltender Sam Ellis. On Sunday the Tyees hosted the Generals resulting in a 3-2 win. The Tyees will be busy over the holidays attending the Vancouver Canucks Charity Tournament in Burnaby and then the Comox Valley tournament in the New Year.  - Photo submitted
No room here, pal: Mainstream Biological Consulting Peewee B Tyees defenceman Clinton Nelson does his job of keeping the opponent out of scoring position while goaltender Carson Borgfjord keeps his eyes on the puck. The team had a great weekend of exhibition play against the Oceanside Generals on Saturday in Parksville where the Tyees won 8-0 with the first shutout of the season for goaltender Sam Ellis. On Sunday the Tyees hosted the Generals resulting in a 3-2 win. The Tyees will be busy over the holidays attending the Vancouver Canucks Charity Tournament in Burnaby and then the Comox Valley tournament in the New Year.
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