Aldergrove's Peewee C2 Knighthawks were the champions after defeating the Abbotsford Skyhawks at the annual Coleton Nelson Peewee Hockey Tournament

Aldergrove Knighthawks victors at Coleton Nelson Peewee Hockey Tourney

Aldergrove's Peewee C2 Knighthawks were champions after defeating Abbotsford Skyhawks at the annual Coleton Nelson Peewee Hockey Tournament

Aldergrove’s Peewee C2 Knighthawks were the champions after defeating the Abbotsford Skyhawks at the annual Coleton Nelson Peewee Hockey Tournament, Sunday, Nov. 10 at Aldergrove Arena.

Twelve teams from as far away as Nanaimo, Kelowna and Seattle, and four teams from Aldergrove, took part in the event, Nov. 8-11. The other three Aldergrove teams were the Aldergrove A1 Bruins, the Aldergrove Peewee C3 Bears and the Aldergrove Peewee C1 Outlaws.

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