Back row, from left, Coaches Trevor Speakman, Guy Mohn and Mike Wengryn, players Zack Wengryn, Silas Baker, Jaxon Carson, Kasen Miller, Braydon Nichols, Daniel Enyedy, Cruz Stoutenberg, Tanner Speakman, Jayden Northrop, Dexton Mohn and Cole Marshall. Middle, Trip Hunt. Front, Griffin Prehn and Dexton Rider. (Photo contributed)

Stettler Storm Atom win gold in tournament

Stettler hosts tournament

Stettler Storm Atom won the gold medal game in a tournament over the weekend.

Three tier divisions and 12 teams participated in the tournament Dec. 1-2.

Stettler Storm “B” went undefeated and played in the gold medal game on Sunday. At the end of the third period, the game was tied 3-3 (goals scored by Cole Marshall, Jayden Northrop and Jaxon Carson) with Dexton Rider in the net. They went into a five-minute sudden death overtime and Cole Marshall scored the final goal to win the game with 0.06 seconds left on the clock.

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