Big Tournament Win, News (Port Stanley Minor Hockey)

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Feb 06, 2022 | Richard Lalonde | 238 views
Big Tournament Win
This past weekend our U9 black team participated in the Dresden Kinsmen Cup Tournament.

Despite having never played full ice games before, the team was up to the challenge.  The team went an impressive 5-0 win streak to bring home the big win.  Congratulations to U9 Black Dresden Kinsmen Cup Champions!
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