The Sechelt Storm ladies' hockey team finished with a record of 2-1 at last Sunday's SuperPuck Sunday tournament at the Great Pacific Forum in Delta.
The Storm faced three teams from the Lower Mainland, playing all three games in a six-hour period at the third annual event.In game one, Sechelt beat the Slamazones 6-1.
Tammy Beland and Allison Crosby each scored a pair of goals while Robin Hansen and Kirsten Wilson added singles.
Goalie Lisa Vignal was chosen as the Storm player of the game.
In game two, the Storm were on the short end of a 5-1 score against the Ice Hawks.
Robyn Mckinney scored the lone Storm goal while Heather Munro was chosen player of the game.
Sechelt saved the best for last as they shut-out the Killer Watts 5-0 in game three.
Vignal, who was strong between the pipes all day, picked up the shut-out.
Beland scored three goals while Teri Gibson and Hansen added singles. Beland was chosen player of the game and tournament MVP for the Storm after picking up six points in the tournament.
Mckinney said the team had a great day and played well together for their first tournament as a team this season.
Mckinney added she wanted to express thanks to Kristi Pike for running the bench and opening those nasty gates all day.
Outlaws win one-goal thrillerThe Powerclean Outlaws continued their rise up the men's A-division standings last week with a 3-2 win over the Rangers last Saturday night at the Sunshine Coast Arena.
Jamie McPhail and Lance Durkin led the way for the Outlaws with a goal and assist each while Darren Pollock scored the other goal.
Bob Knight and Glenn Allen scored the Rangers' goals.
With the win, the Outlaws are now only three points behind the third place Suncoast Flyers and four points behind the second place Rangers.
In the other Saturday night game, the Inlet Raiders picked up a 4-3 win over the Flyers.
Darren Kohuch scored a pair of goals while John McLeod and Robb Stockwell added singles.
Kyle Vaughn, Joel Kwasney and Blake Randall scored for the Flyers.