The Sooke Novice 2W redeemed themselves by winning a rematch against the JDF 2B.

Novice 2W win re-match, 7-6

The young Thunderbirds were out for revenge after suffering a loss to the JDF 2B

Sooke Novice 2W was out for revenge from a 12-10 loss suffered a week ago at the hands of  JDF 2B team. The players from Sooke came out on fire, which was surprising as they had a late night previous attending and playing at the Victoria Royals game. Sooke put the puck in the net quickly and was able to continue the pace throughout winning the rematch 7-6. Goals were scored by Ouellette and Stanley, who for consecutive games scored shorthanded. There was great play from forwards Jenkins, Robinson, and Daniel Wiley  all providing assists. Samantha Kingcott and Caleb Cool played excellent on the back end. Cool who was back in action after being on IR for an extended period of time showed no rust to his game. Coen Brumovsky made huge saves when needed and  still hasn’t lost a game in net improving  his career goaltending record to 2-0. Fantastic work team.

To view the Novice 2W squad in action during intermission at Victoria Roayl, check out  http://youtu.be/9lVE9F-t6i

 

Wayne Robinson

 

 

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