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The Creston Valley Thunder Cats thumped the weakest team in the KIJHL…
Hot on the heels of a statement-making win on Friday in Castlegar
Creston poured it on in the second period, and league goal-scoring leader Ronnie Wilkie proved his value with a hat trick.
With a recent break in their playing schedule coming to an end…
The Creston Valley Thunder Cats kicked off the new year with two…
It’s not often that a team gives up 6 goals and comes…
The Creston Valley Thunder Cats bounced back from a loss to league-leading…
After an 8-1 blowout win and a 5-4 overtime loss to the…
In sports, sometimes it just isn’t your night. The Creston Valley Thunder…
Edging the Fernie Ghostriders in one of two road games on the weekend was a good start, but an 8-1 drubbing of the Kimberely Dynamiters was even sweeter for the Creston Valley Thunder Cats.
KIJHL hockey fans are in for a treat whenever the traditional rivals play this season
Creston Valley Thunder Cats sandwiched two wins around a loss in last week’s play to remain four points up on the Columbia Valley Rockies for second spot in the KIJHL’s Eddie Mountain Division.
A 6-2 drubbing over the Columbia Valley Rockies on Tuesday solidified the Creston Valley Thunder Cats’ hold on second place in the KIJHL’s Eddie Mountain Division.
Creston Valley Thunder Cats made the best of it at home on Friday night
With only one game to play in almost two weeks
Two points keeps team in second place in Eddie Mountain Division
A fast-skating Nelson Leafs team used their team speed to deal the Thunder Cats their first home loss on Saturday.