The Rockies played the Creston Valley Thundercats Friday, November 22nd. Photo by Justin Keitch

Rockies kick the Cats to the alley; beaten back by the Nitehawks

Next home game this Friday, November 29th at the Eddie Mountain Memorial Arena

Rockies goalie Bretton Park puts up a near-impenetrable wall Friday, November 22nd against the Creston Valley Thundercats. The Rockies kicked the Cats to the alley with a 5-1 win at the Eddie Mountain Memorial Arena. Palmer Sinclair netted three of the five goals, with the other two dropped in by Hunter Beckett and Gavin Fleck.

Saturday, November 23rd, the Rockies faced the Beaver Valley Nitehawks in a game that left everyone wondering until the very end who would leave victorious. The Nitehawks scored 13 minutes into the first period, answered back a minute later by Rockies’ Khale Skinner, assisted by Colby Philips. But fans were left hanging through the second and third period and again through the first overtime. Finally the Nitehawks ended the anxiety in the second overtime with the winning goal of the night. Come cheer on the Rockies this Friday, November 29th, 7:30 p.m. Then Saturday, November 30th the Rockies head to Kimberley to play the Dynamiters.

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