IcePak sweeps weekend peewee hockey series versus Kings

Chris Quigley
Published on December 18, 2016

Kerrin Gerrow of the Western Kings celebrates his goal on way back to his team’s bench during Sunday’s provincial AAA peewee hockey league game against the Central IcePak. Gerrow opened the scoring with a long slapshot from about 25 feet out to beat the IcePak goalie clearly on the stick side.

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The Western Kings had few answers for the offence of the Central IcePak over the weekend in provincial peewee AAA hockey league play at the Corner Brook Civic Centre.

On Sunday, the IcePak wrapped up the three-game sweep with an 8-5 triumph — the closest of the three games.

Dylan Noel and Keegan Leonard both recorded a pair of goals in the winning cause, while Nathan Casey, Noah Walsh, Aaron Hicks and Liam Ryan added single markers.

Kerrin Gerrow, Jonathan Kettle, Michael Normore-Wells, Lucas Pittman and Colby House responded for the Kings.

The weekend series opened on Saturday, with the IcePak taking down the Kings 8-1.

Casey put up four goals for the victors, while Jack Boone (2), Noah Robinson and Alex Kelloway did the rest.

House was the lone marksman for the Kings.

Later Saturday, the IcePak won 8-1 again, with Casey filling the net five times in this one. Cole Troke, Dylan Nolan and Alex Green also lit the lamp.

Normore-Wells got the Kings on the board.

Deer Lake native Cameron Alexander of the Western Kings is seen here on the bench during the singing of the national anthem during Sunday’s provincial AAA peewee hockey league contest at the Corner Brook Civic Centre.

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