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Sunday, February 26, 2012


On Saturday February 25th the Bantam “AAA” team from Victoria Racquet Club Minor Hockey Association (VRC) defeated the Nanaimo Clippers to win the best of three series in two games straight.   VRC won game one 9-3 and game two was 3-1.
The VRC Bantam “AAA” Team was also awarded the League Championship for placing first in league play.
“The boys have worked very hard and have been very dedicated” states Robin Milliken, the Head Coach, “they played as a team and supported each other all season.  They deserve this championship”


Anonymous said...

Watched the final game. Exceptionally "weak" game between 2 mediocre teams that have no right to attend Provincials. It's a shame a spot at Provincials is taken up by a team of this calibre.

Anonymous said...

You maybe correct but that's the way it goes the Provincals may not necessarily have the BEST Teams in the province competing due to the zones etc, this does change from year to year as we all know - not sure what the answer would be. When you can say that all 4 PCAHA Finaly 4 Teams would beat VRC - says alot and also who ever between Kamloops/Kelowna comes out of the interior these same teams from PCAHA would beat them aswell - of course it is still a game and upsets can occur but over the long run PCAHA Final 4 is very strong this year. These teams may have closer match ups with NSWC but if they are working as they can NSWC should still prevail