Atom Tyees edged

Campbell River Atom A rep hockey team has a great season before losing a close game to Victoria in the playoffs

The Browns’s Bay Packing Atom A Tyees played their final league play off game last Saturday against the Victoria Ice Hawks.

The Tyees came out flying in the first 20 minutes of play, scoring four goals. Noah Fladager would get the scoring started with the assist going to Bryce Narhi.

Just four minutes later, Logan Chapdelaine shot one past the Victoria goalie after receiving a pass from fellow defenceman Coulsen McCartney.

River Fahey would assist Kayle Majic with the third Tyee goal of the period a minute later, and after Jalen Price scored the final goal of the period, the Tyees would end the first period of play with four goals on the board. The assist for Price’s goal would go to fellow forward Davis Frank.

The second period of play would prove to be all Ice Hawks after the Tyees spent  half the period short-handed after a series of penalty calls, and the Ice Hawks would tie the score 4-4.

Only one goal was scored in the third and final period of play, and it would end the game with a victory for Victoria. The final score was 5-4.

The Tyees ended the regular season on top of the Tier 2 division. The Tyees had 13 wins, and only two losses, this season and were able to score an amazing 111 goals with only 37 goals being scored against them.