Hurricanes undefeated over the weekend

Despite a slow start, the girls brought their game on in the second period

Peoples Drug Mart & Peoples Pharmacy peewee girls traveled to Pt. McNeil last Saturday winning against Tri Port 4-1.

Despite a slow start, the girls brought their game on in the second period, with a early goal unassisted from Cassidy Belevance. Shortly after newcomer Hailey Hunter scores their second goal of the game, with an assist from Callie Anne Massee. This left the girls with a 2-0 lead nearing the end of the second period, only to have Tri Port score with only two minutes remaining in the second period.  The Hurricanes dominated the final period leaving Tri Port scorless in the third period, but giving Belevance and Hunter two more goals ending the game 4-1.

Sunday In the Rod Brind’Amour Arena, house hockey resumed for the girls, now playing as the Ducks but finding themselves in a hard fought battle vs.the Eagles. The Eagles scored at the halfway mark of the first period. But with great effort from Goaltender Jaydlin Spooner and strong defensive play, the ducks kept the Eagles at bay. Leaving them no chances for scoring  for the remainder of the game. The ducks continued to rally finding Belevance a chance to net one more goal and leaving the game tied1-1.

The Hurricanes host their first league game this saturday at the Rod Brind ‘Amour Arena.

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