Predators come up short

News of the Boundary Minor Hockey Predators as the season moves along.

It is not enough to get the puck past the goalie

Boundary Minor Hockey’s midget house team travelled to Nelson Saturday to take on the Nelson Leafs but came up a goal short of the win.

The Predators scored the only goal of the first period, but the Leafs fought back with two goals in the second. Boundary managed to tie it again in the third period but Nelson scored the winning goal with 6:13 left in the game.

Goals were by Patrick Cudworth and Derik Launier; assists by Robert McLaren, Adam Terashita and Kari Durban.

The atoms had two games on the weekend. They dropped a game on Saturday in Rossland against the Greater Trail1 Red Wings by a score of 9-1. Wade MacDonald scored the lone goal for the Predators with an assist to Danny Macfarlane. Sunday morning saw the Predator atoms on the ice against the Nelson Leafs. Winning a 5-4 battle saw Predator goals by Danny Macfarlane (2), Aiden Colin, Max McQueen (2) and assists to Charles Foy, Wade MacDonald (2), Max Mc- Queen, Aiden Colin and Quinn Johnson.

Their next game will be is this Sunday, Nov. 30 at 10 a.m.

The peewee Predators fell to Grand Forks1 by a score of 12 – 0. The next game for the pee wee team is at noon this Sunday in the Midway arena.

 

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