Midgets square off in Alberni tourney

The Van Isle Ford Midget Bulldogs are hosting their annual Remembrance Day hockey tournament in Alberni this weekend.

The Van Isle Ford Midget Bulldogs are hosting their annual Remembrance Day hockey tournament this weekend.

The eight-team tournament features teams from Surrey, Okanagan, the North Shore and New Westminster. All games will be played at the Alberni Valley Multiplex.

The Bulldogs’ last action was on Nov. 3 when they played an exhibition game against Saanich Tier Two in Parksville. The Bulldogs won 7-2. The win avenged a 5-3 loss to Saanich on Nov. 2.

The Bulldogs started league play Oct. 27 in Duncan where they lost 5-2 against Cowichan Tier One.

Check the tournament website http://avhockey2013nov.wordpress.com for Remembrance Day tourney updates.

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