The Nelson Leafs PeeWee squad defeated the Quesnel Thunder 10-4 in the second game of the provincial tournament.

Nelson PeeWees have 2-1 record entering play on Tuesday

After dropping their opener, the Leafs have won two straight at the BC Hockey Tier PeeWee Championships being held in Nelson.

The host Nelson Leafs PeeWee squad started the BC Hockey Tier PeeWee Championships on the wrong foot on Sunday, dropping their opener 13-3 to Dawson Creek.

However the team has bounced back to win two straight.

On Sunday night, the local squad pounded the Quesnel Thunder 10-4 to even their record.

On Monday, the Leafs took on the Vanderhoof Bears and edged out their opponents 6-5.

The Leafs have two more games of tournament play before the quarter-finals begin.

Today (March 18) Nelson takes on South Okanagan at 8:30 p.m. and then on March 19 the Leafs play Whitehorse, also at 8:30 p.m.

Playoff action begins Thursday (March 20) at 5 p.m. with the final on Friday at 11 a.m.

Just Posted

Slocan Valley added to communities on flooding evac alert

Kootenay Lake is expected to reach flooding level in Nelson by Friday

UPDATED: Hwy 3 west of Creston remains closed due to mudslide

A detour is available on the Kootenay Lake Ferry, but commuters could see wait times

10 RDCK incumbents seek re-election

Most rural directors want another term

Police searching for Nelson man

Brent Mickelson hasn’t been heard from since February

Local police recognized for work

Eight officers were honoured for removing impaired drivers

VIDEO: Canadian Forces help flood-ravaged Grand Forks residents heal

Sgt. Bradley Lowes says the military is used to dealing with traumatic times

PHOTOS: Floodwaters rise and fall in Grand Forks

The flood-ravaged Kootenay-Boundary region begins to heal

Martin Mars waterbombers’ firefighting days are done

Wayne Coulson said his company still hopes to find a new home for the vintage aircraft

NHL playoffs weekly roundup

Vegas Golden Knights have done the impossible and have a chance at hoisting the Stanley Cup

Changes needed for ‘Alert Ready’ mass emergency system

‘You need to strike this careful balance between alerting people to lots of problems — and doing it too often’

Las Vegas Golden Knights move on to Stanley Cup final

Improbable run continues for NHL’s newest expansion team

Oregon’s flooded recreational pot market a cautionary tale to Canada

‘In a broader sense, we are adding legal production to an already robust illegal production’

Chilliwack Chiefs make history with first RBC Cup win

In front of a huge and noisy crowd, the Chiefs claimed their first-ever national junior A title

UPDATED: Majority of flood evacuees in Kootenay-Boundary allowed to return home

Officials hope to have all 3,000 people back in their homes by Monday night

Most Read