Penticton Men’s Rec Hockey

Chargers, Ice Dogs and Biscuits pick up wins in Penticton Men's Rec hockey

  • Jan. 21, 2016 10:00 a.m.

Wolf Creek Chargers: 5 Goalscorers: Kam Crawford, Nick Harri, Tommy Gabriel, Cody Hantelmann and Thierry Martine.

Game Time Sports Wolverines: 1 Goalscorer: Joel Post

EcoDry Ice Dogs: 10

Goalscorers: Mitch Macmillan (4), Shane Doyon (2), Brent Mosses, Jamie Anderson, Ryan Drew-Scott and Nick Fuher.

Wolf Creek Chargers: 5

Goalscorers:  Jamin Feist (2), Jesse Morrison (2) and Howie Wright.

Biscuits: 9

Goalscorers: Steve Semenoff (2), Jordan McCallum (2), Kenton Johnson (3), Doug Chadwick

and Anthony Leardo.

Broncos: 4

Goalscorers: Taylor Cote, Stuart Nisbet, Tyler Ehlers and Matt Krause.


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