Chilliwack Jr. Chiefs win division at Spring Kick Off tournament

Playing on home ice, the 2006 team went unbeaten at 5-0 to win the championship.

Forty-plus youth hockey teams hit the ice last week at the Spring Kick Off tournament.

Chilliwack’s 2006 Jr. Chiefs won a championship in their division. They were unbeaten (5-0) in a group that included the Nanaimo Snipers, BC Knights, Richmond Jr. Sockeyes and Abbotsford Jr. Pilots.

The Chiefs whomped the Snipers 6-0 in the division final.

The Vancouver Warbirds claimed the 2007 A division title while the High Performance Wings (Maple Ridge) won the 2007 B division title.

The Okanagan Jr. Warriors (Kelowna) won the 2008 A division while the Total Ice Titans (Williams Lake) grabbed the 2008 B division crown.

The BC Kodiaks (Vancouver) snapped up the 2009 championship, while the Total Ice Titans collected a second banner in the 2010 division and the Kelowna Heat snagged top spot in the 2011 division.

See netdrivehockey.ca/spring-kick-off-tournament.htm

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