Latest Weekend Hockey League results

The Weekend Hockey League in Kitimat continues with some hard fought battles.

In Weekend Hockey League news, the Profitness Blazers rose to the occasion, winning against Aurora Marina 8 to 5. Gerard Baldo dropped back to play goal for the Blazers, which skated to a win on a multi-goal effort from Dave Venman.

A hard skating game between two short benches, DCH Industries and Worley Parsons, ended with DCH taking the win 7 to 2.

DCH was back to take on Profitness Blazers, and the game ended with a hard-fought tie 2-2.

On Oct. 15 Worley Parsons made up for their earlier loss in the week, beating Diamondback Electric 7-4. Brandon Wakita led the way with a hat-trick.

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