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Saturday, March 24, 2012

Pembina Valley are Manitoba Bantam Champions!

Pembina Valley 5 - Winnipeg Warriors 2 Final (Pembina Valley are Manitoba Bantam Champions!)
- Allison 2, Conrad 2, Jeanson for PV.
- Koga and McFadden for WPG.

Colt Conrad, who we expect to be a first rounder was awarded player of the series with 4 goals and 1 assist in the 2 games.

Balgonie 2 - North East 1 Final (Balgonie leads best of 3 1-0)
Halbgewachs and Beaudry for Balgonie.
Grambo for North East


Anonymous said...

Well deserved Pembina Valley. Played great hockey all season long!

Anonymous said...

I agree. Class act all around. Nice to play against a team where the parents have class. Wish you luck at the Westerns! Go PV!

Anonymous said...

good series, Pembina Valley played well especially Colt and Wade. Pembina should do alright in westerns
as I watch BWC play this year. all depend who comes out of Albert and Sask.

Anonymous said...

Very good showing by Pembina Valley. Their top player (Conrad) was just too much for the Warriors to handle. The Warriors are a solid team of good players, but no super star that can turn a game like Conrad did. Put him on the Warriors and they would have won....guaranteed. Fantastic player. Kudos to PV and best of luck at Westerns..

Anonymous said...

PV will do alright? I think they have a good chance to make it to the finals with BWC and have a good showing.

Anonymous said...

If the team is here they can win.
I have not seen any statments from any of the parents of the teams that are attending. I hope all the teams play well and everyone is healthy. The only ones I read stating they were going to win it all was Cloverdale. That did not turn out so well. But they had a great season.

Anonymous said...

From what i have scene this year,Pembina Valley will have to depend on their top end to play very well as their bottom end is very weak.