The Creston Valley Minor Hockey Association’s Chiefs peewee team won their two league games on the weekend pretty decisively, and continue their domination of the East Kootenay league peewee division.
On Saturday in Invermere, the Chiefs came out ready and fast, and led 5-0 after the first, and great passing and communication by the team led to a final 9-0 score. One of their best complete games, everyone was on the same page and ready to play. Kale Plotnikoff led the way with a hat trick and two assists, followed by Ty Gudjonson with a hat trick, with many assists handed out.
On Sunday in Whitefish, Mont., the Creston boys jumped out to another 5-0 lead and never looked back. They did a lot of good passing and had some nice goals scored but need to work on hitting the net more with their shots. The final score was 11-2 for the Chiefs. Brayden Jellis was top scorer with the hat trick and an assist, with Gudjonson scoring another hat trick.
The Chiefs final regular season league game runs at home with Whitefish visiting on Saturday.
—CRESTON VALLEY MINOR HOCKEY ASSOCIATION