The Langley Bulldogs had lots of bite at a peewee hockey tournament in Washington State. The team allowed just three goals in five games to win the gold medal.

Bulldogs have bite

Peewee C hockey team a stingy foe in winning gold medal at Washington state tournament

The Langley Bulldogs proved to be a formidable foe as they walloped the competition.

The peewee C hockey team went 5-0, allowing just three goals along the way, in capturing the Sno-King peewee C Martin Luther King Tournament earlier this month.

The tournament was held Jan. 16-18 in Kirkland and Renton, Wash.

And it was an all-Canadian final as Langley blanked North Delta C4 2-0 in the gold-medal game.

In the team’s other games, they shut-out the West Vancouver Thunder 8-0, beat Sno-King Green 6-1, defeated Sno-King Light Blue 6-0 and won by a 5-2 score against the Tri-Cities Ice Troopers.

 

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