Comox Valley Glacier Kings had a busy weekend


Story and Photos by Jim Hockley (ISN) 

September 16, 2013, Comox Valley, BC (ISN) – Weekend action featuring the Comox Valley Glacier Kings, Friday’s game was against the Oceanside Generals from Parksville with a 7-6 win and Saturday’s game ended in a 4-1 loss to the Nanaimo Buccaneers.

Not only was the Friday tilt between the Comox Valley Glacier Kings and Oceanside Generals a wild shootout (Glacier King 7-6 win) it was not without a few tussles like the one between Calvin Hadley and Generals Ethan Larson resulting in a draw with only exhausted players being ejected from the game.

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Comox Valley, Calvin Hadley (left) and Generals, Ethan Larson (right) taking it to the ropes – Photo by Jim Hockley (ISN) 

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Board meeting… Oceanside General Cory Burnet introduces Glacier King Grant Isles to a close encounter of the boards – Photo by Jim Hockley (ISN)

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Glacier Kings Liam Shaw stands over fallen Oceanside General, Brodie Smith – Photo by Jim Hockley (ISN)

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lacier Kings Head coach, Joey Ewing displays a little body language towards the Oceanside team – Photo by Jim Hockley (ISN)

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Oceanside General, Liam Peel winds up a shot – Photo by Jim Hockley (ISN)

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Kings Nick Tupper battles with Buc’s Keelan Larson for puck Control – Photo by Jim Hockley (ISN)

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Nanaimo’s Kyle MacDonald and goalie Ryan Waldhaus prevent Glacier King Duncan Purnal from a scoring opportunity – Photo by Jim Hockley (ISN)

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Ruckus in front of Glacier King Bench resulted in a “boatload” of penalties and misconducts between the Kings and Bucs – Photo by Jim Hockley (ISN)

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Kings Captian Nick Tupper is thwarted by Nanaimo’s keeper Ryan Waldhaus – Photo by Jim Hockley (ISN)




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