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Photo: Silver lining for Eagles

Langley A5 Eagles’ Kyle Brunsch reaches for a loose puck while being held by a member of the Ridge Meadows Rustlers during Langley’s 4-1 victory on Dec. 28. The teams were part of a Langley Minor Hockey Association Peewee Winter Classic, which ran  Dec. 27-29.The Eagles placed second in the six-team tournament, losing 8-4 to Seattle in the finals. Brunsch, Brendan Hennessy, A.J. Austin and Jesse Hagen had the Langley goals. - Gary Ahuja/Langley Times
Langley A5 Eagles’ Kyle Brunsch reaches for a loose puck while being held by a member of the Ridge Meadows Rustlers during Langley’s 4-1 victory on Dec. 28. The teams were part of a Langley Minor Hockey Association Peewee Winter Classic, which ran Dec. 27-29.The Eagles placed second in the six-team tournament, losing 8-4 to Seattle in the finals. Brunsch, Brendan Hennessy, A.J. Austin and Jesse Hagen had the Langley goals.
— image credit: Gary Ahuja/Langley Times
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