Player of the Week Brendan Hall uses his defensive skills against 100 Mile House during Saturday’s game. Photos by K.A.Pendergast

Last weekend on the ice

The featured player this week is Brendan Hall

By K.A.Pendergast

Jan. 4 saw Clearwater novice Icehawks play against the 100 Mile House Wranglers. The ice is split into two sections so two games go on at the same time. This makes it too difficult to keep any score, but those kids are playing and developing their skills just the same.

The Clearwater atom Icehawks played against 100 Mile House Wranglers again on Jan. 5 for two games. Although the team was defeated 9-4 each game, they showed some great gamesmanship.

Icetime through the holidays

An entertaining game by the Clearwater Minor Hockey alumni was moved up a day to Dec. 27 so there would be goalies available and some past Clearwater minor hockey players dusted off their skills and got out there for fun and intense competition.

The teams put on white or black sweaters and did not keep a proper score, but the match showed just how good our hockey program has been throughout the years.

The featured player this week is Brendan Hall. Hall is 7-years-old and plays as number four on the Clearwater novice Icehawks. Hall has been playing for two years. He loves playing Canada’s game with his friends. Hall also likes practicing his skills turning and stopping on the ice, and always has a great time. His favourite player is Elias Petterson of the Vancouver Canucks.

Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter

Get local stories you won't find anywhere else right to your inbox.
Sign up here


Mark Rotzetter (white jersey), shows off some skills during the Clearwater Minor Hockey alumni game on Dec. 27.

Comments are closed

Just Posted

Interior Health will not expand Police and Crisis Team

Southeast Division Chief Superintendent Brad Haugli asked IH to expand the program

Back in Time

Historical Perspective

High water and flooding hits Clearwater

Potential for roadblock on Clearwater Valley Road due to potential washouts

Tk’emlups, Simpcw First Nations chiefs call on Tiny House Warriors to leave Blue River protest camp

“The Tiny House Warriors are not from Simpcw, nor are they our guests in our territory.”

TOTA recognized as Safe Travel Destination

Announcement confirms successful effort by communities to follow new health guidelines

13 new B.C. COVID-19 cases, Langley Lodge outbreak ends

Health care outbreaks down to four, 162 cases active

Alberta health minister orders review into response after noose found in hospital in 2016

A piece of rope tied into a noose was found taped to the door of an operating room at the Grande Prairie Hospital in 2016

B.C.’s major rivers surge, sparking flood warnings

A persistent low pressure system over Alberta has led to several days of heavy rain

B.C.’s Indigenous rights law faces 2020 implementation deadline

Pipeline projects carry on as B.C. works on UN goals

‘Mind boggling’: B.C. man $1 million richer after winning Lotto 6/49 a second time

David O’Brien hopes to use his winnings to travel and of course keep playing the lottery

B.C. teacher loses licence after sexual relationships with two recently-graduated students

The teacher won’t be allowed to apply for a teaching certificate until 2035

Lower Mainland teacher facing child pornography charges

Elazar Reshef, 52, has worked in the Delta School District

All community COVID-19 outbreaks declared over in B.C.

Abbotsford manufacturer cleared by Dr. Bonnie Henry

Most Read