Old-timers battle on the ice

Clearwater Blackhawks won the 35+ division while the 45+ division was taken by Winfield

Hacker #17 Jesse Wallin takes a shot on the Quesnel goal as teammate #16 Ken McKay moves in for the rebound.

Clearwater Hacker #17 Jesse Wallin takes a shot on the Quesnel goal as teammate #16 Ken McKay moves in for the rebound. They were taking part in an Old-timers hockey tournament at the Sportsplex last weekend. Clearwater Blackhawks won the 35+ division while the 45+ division was taken by Winfield. A total of eight teams took part – three from Clearwater, two from Salmon Arm, plus one each from 100 Mile House, Winfield and Quesnel.

 

Hock BradLeft: Hacker Brad McKay takes the puck around a Quesnel opponent during Saturday’s game.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Below: Hacker Tyler McGill takes the puck behind the Quesnel net during a game in the 35+ division on Saturday.

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