Surrey Flyers with 2 Tournaments Soon

The Surrey Flyers will participate in 2 tournaments to close off the season, in a total of just 8 days.

The first tournament is the Surrey Tournament, determining the champion of all the Surrey Peewee teams. Two games (possibly 3) are guaranteed, (the first one is tonight) and then hopefully we’ll get to the semi-finals and the finals.

I’m really fortunate to have my uncle and my cousins in town for my North Delta Peewee “C” Spring Classic Tournament (from March 14-17), because they might be able to see a couple of games (the uncle who is in town is the same uncle I visited in Toronto). For this tournament, there are 12 teams, split into four groups. To get into the quarter-finals, you have to be 1st or 2nd in your group. If you’re 3rd (last), you’re out of gold medal contention.

Here’s hoping the Flyers pick up their game for the 2 tournaments, closing off the season strong, and with a whopping 9 possible games in just 8 days, this is sure to be a fun last stretch for the Surrey Flyers.

Thanks for reading,

Joshie Bear

3/4 Through the Season and the Canucks are Looking Strong

The Vancouver Canucks are healthily bouncing back after last year’s non-playoff disappointment.

After picking up Ryan Miller as the No.1 goalie and Radim Vrbata, who was intended to play with the Sedins, the Canucks have found a new determination to make the playoffs. They find themselves behind only the Anaheim Ducks in their division and ahead of Calgary, Los Angeles, San Jose, Arizona, and Edmonton. They have a great 36-23-3 record and are the second-best in the league against metropolitan division teams.

Well into a playoff spot, the Canucks hope to close off the season strong. A key dependancy to that happening is the consistency of Zack Kassian’s play. He is doing well after a drought now, having gotten 8 points in the last 5 games and having scored game winners in two of those.

All we can hope for is the best for the Canucks as they head into the final 20 games of the season.

Thanks a lot for reading,

Joshie Bear

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