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Icepak face a Blizzard in 'AAA' hockey action
Sep 29, 2017 at 11:41 p.m.
Icepak players Maverik Skeans (7) and Eric Hanlon (16) closed in on Blizzard players.
On Feb. 4 the Cental ‘AAA’ Icepak took to home ice at the Lewisporte Stadium to face off against the East Coast Blizzard. The Icepak played hard, but fell to the Blizzards 7-2.
Icepak player, Brent Broaders (middle) scored the first goal of the Feb. 4 game against the East Coast Blizzard. He was assisted by Joseph Toope.
Icepak goalie Will Brown had 18 shots on goal by the second period, but worked hard to keep the Blizzard at bay.
It was a scramble for the puck as Icepak and Blizzard players came head to head in hockey action at the Lewisporte Stadium.
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