Atoms destroy the Generals

The Brown’s Bay Packing Atom A Tyees have not lost a game the entire season.

It would appear the Brown’s Bay Packing Atom A Tyees have definitely found their groove.

The Tyees annihilated the Oceanside Generals on Saturday with a 20-1 defeat.

The Tyees came out flying in the first period of play and managed to score seven goals, leaving Oceanside with the daunting task of trying to catch up.

Although Oceanside was able to sneak one goal in during the second period, the Tyees did not slow down and scored 13 more goals, leaving Oceanside wondering what had hit them. Game stars for Saturday go to River Fahey and Kayle Majic.

Sunday’s game against Saanich would prove once again, that the Atom A Tyees are a force to be reckoned with.

The Tyees defeated Saanich 4-0 in another dominating performance.

Brendan Almer put the Tyees on the board with the first goal of the game, assisted by Gordon Ludvigson.

Davis Frank scored unassisted in the second, and Owen Parker provided the assist that Fahey needed to get the last period of play underway.

It was Noah Fladager’s solo effort that topped the scoring for the Tyees with eight minutes left on the clock.

Goaltender Sami Ellis and Parker received the game stars.

The Browns Bay Packing Atom A Tyees are now leading their division with a 9-0 record.

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