The Campbell River Peewee Hurricanes wrapped up its season last weekend at the Richmond Ice Classic.
First up on the schedule was the Wenatchee Icebreakers.
The Hurricanes opened the scoring two minutes into the game on an unassisted goal by Julianne Nelson.
In the second period, the Hurricanes opened up a two goal lead on a goal by Paige Beauregard with Everett Feeney and Megan Mayo picking up assists on the play to lead 2-0. Wenatchee got on the board when Siri Brett broke in on a partial breakaway; Ashley Hogg made the first save but the rebound bounced off Brett and got behind Hogg as the two players collided.
The third period was scoreless and the Hurricanes went on to win 2-1. The Hurricanes’ game MVP was Dannika McAllister.
In the Hurricanes’ second game of the day, the girls took on the Oceanside Ice Breakers, the sixth meeting between these two teams.
The game was a defensive gem, with both teams containing the top scorers.
The score remained 0-0 until just under three minutes to go in the game when Oceanside broke through on a scramble and poked a puck past a sprawled Hogg to take the lead.
The Hurricanes pushed to the final buzzer but could not find the equalizer and fell 1-0. The Hurricanes’ MVP was Tatum Feeney.
The third game was Saturday morning against the Chilliwack Warriors.
The Hurricanes came out on fire in this game striking for three goals in the first period.
In the second period the Hurricanes notched another four goals to stretch their lead to 7-0.
In the third period the Hurricanes added one more to finish off the Warriors 8-0. McAllister picked up the goal with Sydni Rose picking up the assist; Hogg picked up the shutout.
The Hurricanes’ MVP was Nelson comments.
Sitting at two wins and one loss the Hurricanes were facing the host Richmond Ravens.
The Hurricanes need to win the game and by three goals to advance to the championship game.
This was not the Hurricanes’ Day. The Ravens took the lead four minutes in.
The Hurricanes tied it up two minutes later but the Ravens took the lead back just one minute later.
The period ended with the Ravens up 2-1.
The lone Hurricanes goal went to Nelson from Oke.
In the second, the Ravens added two more goals for a 4-1 lead.
The Ravens scored once more in the third before the Hurricanes replied with one of their own.
It wasn’t enough however as the game ended 5-2 for Richmond.
The final Hurricanes’ goal was scored by Nelson with Hogg picking up the assist.
The Hurricanes’ game MVP was given to Hogg.
The Ravens moved on to the championship game and defeated Peninsula 6-4 for the championship.
The Hurricanes would like to thank all the people and businesses that supported them through the season and look forward to another great year next season. The Hurricanes record for the year was 19-10-2, with 127 goals scored and 65 goals against.