Aldergrove Atom 'C' Vikings' Caleb Blaney sets up for a shot on North Delta Blades goalie in a 9-2 win in their first game Nov. 2 at the annual Atom Hockey Tournament hosted by Aldergrove

Aldergrove Vikings win Atom C Tourney

In the Atom C finals the Aldergrove Vikings went on to win the championship with a 4-3 win over Poco.

Aldergrove Atom “C” Vikings’ Caleb Blaney sets up for a shot on North Delta Blades goalie in a 9-2 win in their first game Nov. 2 at the annual Atom Hockey Tournament hosted by Aldergrove, Nov. 2-3.

With this win Aldergrove moved into the semi-finals, in which they once again defeated North Delta Blades, 7-5 on Sunday morning.

In the Atom C finals the Aldergrove Vikings went on to win the championship with a 4-3 win over Poco.

This shot on Poco by Aldergrove Vikings’ assistant captain Camden Koch was saved by the goal post.

The Vikings are coached by Brad Wheeler with assistants Daryl Quiring and Rob Lochovsky, and manager Charles Kristina.

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