Little Bands Native Hockey Tournament Finals Thrill Crowds

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After days of serious fun and great play, the Little Native Bands Hockey in Dryden crowned the winners
After days of serious fun and great play, the Little Native Bands Hockey in Dryden crowned the winners

After days of serious fun and great play, the Little Native Bands Hockey in Dryden crowned the winners
After days of serious fun and great play, the Little Native Bands Hockey in Dryden crowned the winners

DRYDEN – SPORTS – The Little Bands Native Youth Hockey Tournament was wrapped up Sunday February 15th after an eight day run in Dryden Ontario.

Hockey Games started at Eagle Lake First Nation on Sunday February 8th and ran all week at the Dryden Recreation Complex and Arena.

A record total of fifty-three teams in six divisions played on the two rink surfaces.

While it could be argued that everyone was a winner, including the Town of Dryden which had a huge influx of visitors who filled the local hotels, restaurants and shops.

A Side Midgets: Wunnumin Lake Huskies ( won over Sachigo 4-2)
A Side Bantams: Lac Seul ( won over Slate Falls 4-1)
A Side Peewees: Slate Falls ( won over Kasabonika 10-2)
A Side Atoms: Sachigo Lake ( won over Lac Seul 15-9 )
A Side Novices:Lac Seul ( won over Sandy Lake 8-7)
A Side Girls: Bearskin Lake ( won over Lac Seul 3-2 )

Overall it was a great experience and event for the northern youth hockey players.

Little Bands Native Hockey Tournament

Little Bands Native Hockey Tournament

Little Bands Native Hockey Tournament