Dawgs lose Saturday game

Agassiz hockey team to face opponents on ice on Valentine's Day

 

The Agassiz Ice Dawgs lost their Saturday Feb. 1 game,  7-4 loss to Team X-treme.

First goal for Dawgs went to #10 Pat McIntyre, with an assist by #13 Craig Hill. Second goal belonged to #36 Dave Barratt, assists by McIntyre and #17 Todd Bernard.

Third goal came from #40 Darren Law, with assists #6 and #19 Brian English. Fourth goal and final goal was from  McIntyre, assisted by Hill.

They’ll play again on Friday, Feb. 14 in Hope, against the Steelheads. Puck drops at 8:45 p.m.

The Agassiz Ice Dawgs is a 45+ Hockey Team with the Chilliwack and District Oldtimers Hockey Association.

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