Atom A Tyees on roll, notch sixth straight win

The Tyees battled Oceanside on Saturday, and managed to skate away with a 9-3

The Browns Bay Packing Atom A Tyees have won their sixth game in a row.

The Tyees battled Oceanside on Saturday, and managed to skate away with a 9-3 win dispite playing most of the game shorthanded. Davis Fank, River Fahey, and Kayle Majic would score one goal each during the first period, with assists going to Noah Fladager and Owen Parker. The second period would bring one more goal for the Tyees, when Fladager provided Grady Robertson with the pass he needed to get the Tyees their fourth goal of the game.  Jalen Price managed to score two goals during the last twenty minutes of play with Brendan Almer and Bryce Narhi receiving one assist each.  Price would get an assist as well after a quick pass to Noah Fladager would bring the Tyees their sixth consecutive win.  Game stars go to Brendan Almer and Grady Robertson. The Tyees will be at the River Relief Truck on Wednesday to show their support for Campbell River’s less fortunate, and their next game will be played at home at noon on Saturday against Kerry Park.

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