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Langley Terminators tops at Seafair tournament

The Langley atom C3 Terminators came out on top at the Seafair hockey tournament in Richmond. -
The Langley atom C3 Terminators came out on top at the Seafair hockey tournament in Richmond.
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After opening with a loss, the Langley Terminators proved unstoppable.

The atom C3 hockey team delivered a gold-medal performance last week at the 2012 Seafair Icebreaker championship in Richmond.

The Terminators won their final four games — including a pair of one-goal victories over second-place Semiahmoo C4 — to take top spot.

In the championship final on Nov. 11, Jackson Hleucka scored twice while Liam Taillerfer had the other Langley goal to defeat Semiahmoo 3-2.

Langley opened the tournament with a 2-1 loss to Cloverdale but came back to defeat Semiahoo 4-3 in game two.

Hleucka scored twice while Tyler Hoyt and Greyson Glups had one goal apiece. Taillerfer had the lone goal in the defeat.

The Terminators then knocked off Seafair 2-1 to win their pool and advance to the semifinals. And in that game, Langley beat the Surrey Kings 4-0. Evan Wright, Ryan Farragher, Hoyt and Glups had the goals while Justin Card picked up the goose egg in goal.

The C3 Terminators are:

Players: Goalie - Justin Card, Reece Black, Tyler  Chorney, Ryan Farragher, Greyson Glups, Jackson Hleucka, Tyler Hoyt, Kode Kondo, Braeden MacDonald, Matthew Mckay, Olivia Petrovich, Brian Pol, Liam Taillefer, Carson Tingley, Evan Wright

Head Coaches: Darren Black, Mark Kondo

Asst. coaches: Darren Chorney, Mike MacDonald

Manager: Theresa Chorney

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