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Weekend to hold year end rec hockey tournament

This weekend, Fort St. John will be holding its annual Men’s Rec Hockey League year end tournament.


The tournament, scheduled to take place all weekend at both the Pomeroy and the North Peace Arena, begins tonight, with the majority of the games being played Saturday and Sunday.

Games will consist of two 15 minute periods, with the third period being 20 minutes, with a zamboni flooding the ice every two periods. Finals will consist of three, 20 minute periods.

Teams such as Brandl, Big Chief, Epscan and many other local teams will be participating in the fun filled tournament, with snacks and refreshments available for participants and observers.

There will also be a variety of games and other fun activities occurring, with a $5 draw at the final game with a $10,000 prize.

Below is the tournament schedule.

Friday 25-Mar


1 6:45 Rapid Surerus 5 6:45 Tidy PeaceGlass 8 9:00 Amendt PVOSB
2 7:55 Epscan Fort Nelson 6 7:55 Spectra Extreme 9 10:10 Bartek Ernies
3 9:20 Brandl Techmation 7 9:20 Big Horn Puck Hogs
4 10:30 Big Chief Mustang

Saturday 26-Mar


10 8:30 Rapid PVOSB 22 9:15 Brandl Peace Glass
11 9:40 Epscan Spectra 23 10:25 Extreme Fort Nelson
12 11:05 Big Chief Big Horn 24 11:50 Tidy Techmation
13 12:15 Ernies Surerus
14 1:40 Peace Glass Bartek
15 2:50 Epscan Extreme
16 4:15 PVOSB Ernies
17 5:25 Mustang Big Horn
18 6:50 Spectra Fort Nelson
19 8:00 Rapid Amendt
20 9:25 Big Chief Puck Hogs
21 10:35 Brandl Tidy

Sunday 27-Mar




25 8:30 Techmation Bartek
26 9:40 Amendt Surerus
27 11:05 Mustang Puck Hogs

Scoro 12:15
Semi 12:45
Semi 2:05
Scoro 3:25
Final 3:55


Big Chief Rapid Brandl Spectra
Big Horn Amendt Tidy Epscan
Mustang Surerus Techmation Extreme
Puck Hogs PVOSB Peace Glass Fort Nelson
Ernies Bartek



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