Wildcats win in Kamloops

Hope Midgets win all four games in weekend tournament, leading into playoffs

For many of the Hope Wildcats Midget C team, this will be their last year playing minor hockey.

And they went out on a good note, winning all four games of their final tournament over the weekend. The team competed in the Kamloops Minor Hockey Midget Tournament from Feb. 1 to 3.

They met up with Kamloops in the final game, and it was an exciting one with the Kamloops team pulling their goalie in the final moments of the game. In the end, Hope won 7-6.

The Wildcats are now finished their regular season and have moved into playoffs. They won Wednesday night’s game against Abbotsford, and their next home game (in Hope) is at 9 a.m. on Sunday, Feb. 17.

This is the last year in minor hockey for Agassiz players Eric Klody and Tommy Hrynkiw, as well as five other players on the team from Hope.

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