The Columbia Valley Rockies lose 6-1 to a stellar performance by the Spokane Braves. Photo by Erin Knutson

Saturday’s game a disappointment with a 6-1 loss for the home team

Rockies lose to stellar performance by the Braves

The Columbia Valley Rockies hit the ice this past weekend for their 24th game of the season Saturday, November 25th against the Spokane Braves at the Eddie Mountain Memorial Arena, following Friday’s 5-1 loss against the Kimberley Dynamiters.

The Rockies lost 6-1 loss to the Braves Saturday.

The Braves started out strong and kept coming, scoring goal after goal, with the Rockies struggling to get a goal in.

Currently the team is still ranked third in the Kootenay Conference: Eddie Mountain Division and is holding, with roughly a dozen games left in the season.

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