Atoms power through weekend slate

The Brown’s Bay Packing Atom A Tyees had a fantastic weekend, after defeating both Port Alberni and Saanich.

The Brown’s Bay Packing Atom A Tyees had a fantastic weekend, after defeating both Port Alberni and Saanich.

The Tyees first faced off against Port Alberni at home on Saturday and defeated Alberni 19-1.

Tyee Davis Frank led the team in scoring with four goals, while River Fahey, Gordon Ludvigson and Jalen Price received a hat trick each.

Tyee Logan Chapdelaine scored two goals for the Tyees while Brendan Almer, Cole Devlin, Bryce Narhi, and Evan Fox each scored a goal a piece.

Sunday’s game against Saanich proved to be a hard fought battle, with the Tyees killing a total of nine penalties, but the team persevered, coming away with a 6-5 win.

Fahey and Owen Parker started the game off by scoring one goal each and receiving one assist each in the first period.  This dynamic duo would again get one goal each in the second period, with both goal assists going to Noah Fladager.

But the Tyees were not yet finished as Almer scored the teams fifth goal of the game assisted by Kayle Majic.

The Tyees kept battling throughout the second period and the final goal for the team came from Devlin and was assisted by Parker.

The Tyees will be back on the ice Nov. 11, at the Remembrance Day tournament  in Victoria.  The Tyees will start off the tournament against the Comox Valley Chiefs, at 1:20 p.m. in Saanich for a much anticipated rematch.

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