Aldergrove Bruins A1 Tier 1 Midget team swept to victory at the Abbotsford Midget Memorial Tournament Nov 8-10.

Aldergrove Midget Bruins victors

The Aldergrove Bruins A1 Tier 1 Midget team swept to victory at the Abbotsford Midget Memorial Tournament Nov 8-10.

The Aldergrove Bruins A1 Tier 1 Midget team swept to victory at the Abbotsford Midget Memorial Tournament Nov 8-10.

The Aldergrove Bruins dominated all four games to win the Tier 2 Division.

It’s an exciting year for this team as they have just been moved up to Tier 1 – AAA level, competing against some of the province’s top Midget rep teams.

Players include: Daylen Calfa, Brodie Buchner, Connor Dierkhising, Jake DeWaal, Dawson Stone, Jason Iwanson, Lincoln Nikkel, Elijah Villio, Wyatt Amato, Logan Favel, Hudson Shelvey, Quinn McKitrick, Ryan Bencze, Devon James, Brett Hollins, Tanner Myer, and goalies are Dawson Calfa and Blade Pineau.

Coaches are Carlo Calfa, Devon Stone, Nathan Radnai and Derek Gulka. Manager is Dawn Calfa.

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