Pee Wee players hit the ice bright and early Friday morning as the local minor hockey crew hosts a house tournament this weekend.

Nelson Minor Hockey — drop the puck!

The Nelson Minor Hockey Pee Wee House tournament is happening this weekend with the local team hosting players from around the region.



The Nelson Minor Hockey Pee Wee House tournament is happening this weekend with the local team hosting players from around the region.

The local squad hit the ice first thing Friday morning as teams from the Okanagan and Kootenays roll into Nelson.

The Nelson team includes Ethan Grille, Ava Young, Noah Marsh, Noah Wiffen, Alex Laing, Tyler Bayoff, Matteo Faraguna, Blair Sookro, Ben Thast, Matteo Mushamanski, Tenzin Mint, Josh Marsden and Jack Centrone.

Games continue at both rinks until the tournament wraps up on Sunday. Finals will be played at 12:30 p.m. on Sunday. See page 16 of Wednesday’s Nelson Star for a complete schedule of games.

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