Stettler peewees win A final at Wainwright tournament

The peewee A Stettler DQ Blizzard continued their winning ways last weekend as they won the A final

Stettler’s peewee A team went unbeaten in winning the Wainwright tournament last weekend. In league play this season

The peewee A Stettler DQ Blizzard continued their winning ways last weekend as they won the A final in the Wainwright peewee A hockey tournament.

Stettler defeated the North Battleford Barons 8-1 in the final, after posting two wins and a tie in preliminary play.

In the deciding game, Stettler’s Daylan Kuefler scored three goals and assisted on another, while Talon Conner added a goal and four assists.

Alex De Young contributed a goal and two assists. Samuel Hamelin, Dawson Beck and Austin Jacobson scored the other Stettler goals. James Switenky picked up a couple of assists.

In earlier action, the Blizzard beat North Battleford 9-5, tied the Westlock Warriors 5-5, and dumped the Wetaskiwin Lions 10-1.

Stettler is 7-1 in regular-season play this season. This Saturday, the Blizzard visit the Red Deer Holiday Inn, before hosting the Red Deer Sunrise on Dec. 23 at the Stettler Recreation Centre.

The head coach of the Blizzard is Jason Hegberg, who’s the president of the Stettler Minor Hockey Association. The assistant coaches are Ryan Robbins, Kyle Shingoose, Kevin Burkard and Mike Kuefler.

The team members are Kameron Bainbridge, Dawson Beck, Jordan Burkard, Talon Conner, Alex De Young, Samuel Hamelin, Cole Heck, Austin Jacobson, Daylan Kuefler, Davin Nattestad, Erik Rost, Rhett Shingoose, Adam Shirley, James Switenky and Brenden Tucker.

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