Rockies player Malcolm Fenelon looks down the ice preparing to let the puck fly at the Eddie Mountain Memorial Arena in Invermere on Friday

Rockies shut out Golden Rockets

The Columbia Valley Rockies won 6-0 against the Golden Rockets at the Eddie Mountain Memorial Arena on Friday, November 20th.

The Columbia Valley Rockies won 6-0 against the Golden Rockets at the Eddie Mountain Memorial Arena on Friday, November 20th.

“We played pretty well tonight,” said Wade Dubielewicz, Rockies head coach, after the game. “Our top liners are outgoing, but going into their (the Rockets’) rink (on Saturday) is going to be a different story, so I think we have to go in with the same game plan and the same tenacity and the same work ethic and hopefully, we’ll get the same result (in our back-to-back games with the Rockets this weekend).”

Rockies player Donoven Quintin scored the Junior B team’s first goal with assists from Colton Sandboe and Nigel Swab. Shortly afterwards, Sandboe scored two additional goals before the end of the first and his third at the start of the second period.

Quintin also scored a goal during the second.

And, finally, Rockies athlete Ty Duncan scored the team’s winning goal in the third.

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