Cameron Flinton of the Sicamous Eagles hurdles over a defender’s stick as he tries to streak in with the puck and add to a one-goal lead late in the second period

Outta my way: Eagles back on the ice

Eagles win one, tie one and drop one in exhibition play. Regular season starts Friday, Sept. 11, with home game versus Revelstoke.

 

Cameron Flinton of the Sicamous Eagles hurdles over a defender’s stick as he tries to streak in with the puck and add to a one-goal lead late in the second period, during KIJHL pre-season action Sept. 6 in Chase. The final score was a 3-3 tie. This was the third game in exhibition play for the Eagles. The first, an away bout versus the Kelowna Chiefs, ended in a 3-1 win for Sicamous. The Chiefs scored a 2-1 win in a rebound match in Sicamous. Regular season play commences Friday, Sept. 11, with the Eagles taking on the Revelstoke Grizzlies at the Sicamous and District Recreation Centre. Game time is 7 p.m.

Rick Koch photo

 

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