Penticton Men’s Rec Hockey

Broncos pull off string of three wins in Men's Rec Hockey League

Broncos: 5

Goalscorers: Andrew Pond (2), Taylor Cote, Rob Burnett and Tyler Ehlers.

Wolf Creek Chargers (3-18-0): 3

Goalscorers: Dylan Wilson, Jessin Potskin (2)


Broncos: 6

Goalscorers: Stuart Nisbet (4), Jordan Moss and Ehlers.

EcoDry Ice Dogs:4

Goalscorers: Jason Pickford, Brent Mosses, Ryan Drew-Scott and Chad Kupczyk.


Game Time Sports Wolverines (8-15-1): 8

Goalscorers: Joel Post (2) Ollie Dickson, Derek Grimm, Ryan MacMurchy, Chris Arlidge, Mark Petry and Izzy Gudmundson.

Biscuits (16-5-1): 6

Goalscorers: Steve Semenoff (3), Chris Ward, Kenton Johnson and Justin Martens.


Broncos (12-8-3): 8

Goalscorers: Ehlers (4), Nisbet, Pond, Doug Leitner and Eric Cerutti.

EcoDry Ice Dogs (14-7-3): 6

Goalscorers: Mitch MacMillan (5) and David Kozier.


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