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Action at the net

Action at the net: The Campbell River Pee Wee A Tyees were in tough against the Peninsula Eagles at Rod Brind’Amour Arena last Saturday. The Tyee’s net (above) was where a lot of the action was for the first half of the game before, already down 5-1, the home team rallied with a more physical presence to try and stem the tide, holding the visitors to one more goal, finishing the game down 6-1. Meanwhile, attempts at the other end (left) found quarters a little close. - Alistair Taylor/the Mirror
Action at the net: The Campbell River Pee Wee A Tyees were in tough against the Peninsula Eagles at Rod Brind’Amour Arena last Saturday. The Tyee’s net (above) was where a lot of the action was for the first half of the game before, already down 5-1, the home team rallied with a more physical presence to try and stem the tide, holding the visitors to one more goal, finishing the game down 6-1. Meanwhile, attempts at the other end (left) found quarters a little close.
— image credit: Alistair Taylor/the Mirror
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