Girls hockey gaining momentum

Sunshine Coast Blues has received funding from the Esso Girls Hockey Program, an initiative from Hockey Canada as part of their Grow the Game campaign. In celebration of the growing number of girls in hockey on the Sunshine Coast, Sunshine Coast Minor Hockey held a Novice girls scrimmage and meet-up with the Novice girls program from Powell River. They got together Saturday, Feb. 23 to share an ice time, host a few scrimmages and do some training together. The program funds six ice times starting at the end of March and running through April at the Sechelt arena.

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