Revelstoke Minor Hockey Has Incredible Season

Revelstoke Minor hockey teams have finished the last of the regular season games and the league playoffs.

Though not part of a league, the Novice team had a whopping 39 players, and broke into two or three teams for tournaments and games. Team Manager Diana Bostock says the parents and coaches were so impressed by how much the kids loved to play, they decided to add 4 weeks of spring league for players born in 2010. The spring league will end in a tournament in Kamloops.

The Atom team came second in their league, loosing by one point to the Lumby Stars. The two teams had battled it out all season long to be on the top of the rankings. There were no playoffs this year for Atoms, but Revelstoke finished the season in high spirits and proud of their effort. Goalie Parker Degerness was the #1 goalie in the league with a total of 73 goals against for all 19 games played in the regular season.

The Pee Wee team played Tier 3 throughout the regular season. They won the banner for their regular season. Zoned Tier 4, the team took their spot in the Tier 4 playoffs where they played Summerland in the finals. The Revelstoke Pee Wee team lost 5-4 in overtime. “The coaches are thankful to have been a part of a fun, successful season packed full of awesome memories. Good luck to all players in spring hockey, soccer, baseball etc. Stay active boys and we hope to see everyone back wearing the R next season,” says the Minor Hockey Facebook.

Congrats to all the players, coaches, managers and volunteers for a fun season.

The Revelstoke Pee Wee team with the Summerland team. Revelstoke placed second in the playoffs.

After the last game of the regular season, Monica Degerness took this picture of the Revelstoke Atom goalie Parker Degerness (right) with the Axel, a friend and the goalie for the Lumby Stars.

Revelstoke Minor Hockey. Photo credit to Sarah Mickel


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