The holiday tournament season concluded with big wins on Vancouver Island and in the Okanagan for the Richmond Jets Minor Hockey Association’s rep program.
The Pee Wee A1 Jets capped a perfect run at the Nanaimo Pee Wee Tier One Winter Classic with a 3-0 victory over Chilliwack A1 in Sunday’s championship game. The road to gold included four more wins in round-robin play against Comox (9-0), Cloverdale A1 (8-5), Victoria Racquet Club A1 (6-4) and Nanaimo A1 (12-1).
Head coach Milton Chan’s squad now turns its attention back to Pacific Coast Amateur flight one regular season play where the Jets will look to keep build on their 7-6-0 record.
Meanwhile, the Atom A1 Jets were busy in the Interior capturing the “A” flight in the West Kelowna Atom Development Tournament.
Five straight victories concluded a thrilling 6-5 overtime triumph against Kelowna in the championship game.
Richmond received a steady diet of Okanagan competition including earlier wins over Kamloops and West Kelowna.
Shawn Mcquistin’s team also owns a 8-5-1 record in Pacific Coast Amateur’s top flight.