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Phantoms continue to dominate

Vancouver Island Hurricanes’ Elaina Drewry (right) eludes Fraser Valley Phantoms’ Delaney Duchek behind the net during the final game of a four-game series between the B.C. Female AAA hockey rivals at the Langley Events Centre on Sunday. The Phantoms won all four games, prevailing 6-2, 13-0, 7-3 and 12-0.  - Dan Ferguson/Langley Times
Vancouver Island Hurricanes’ Elaina Drewry (right) eludes Fraser Valley Phantoms’ Delaney Duchek behind the net during the final game of a four-game series between the B.C. Female AAA hockey rivals at the Langley Events Centre on Sunday. The Phantoms won all four games, prevailing 6-2, 13-0, 7-3 and 12-0.
— image credit: Dan Ferguson/Langley Times

The Fraser Valley Phantoms closed out the regular season with a four-game sweep against the Vancouver Island Hurricanes.

The Phantoms finished as the top team in the B.C. Female AAA hockey league with an eye-popping 22-1-7 record and 51 points.

The Phantoms now have a bye into the league semifinals, which run March 21 to 23.

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