Season ends for Kootenay Ice, Wild

Ice lose pair of regular season games; Wild lose in playoff appearance.

The Kootenay Ice finished the regular season in the basement of the BC Hockey Major Midget League.

The Ice fell 6-2 to the Vancouver NW Giants at home Saturday before losing again, 10-4 to the Giants on Sunday.

In the first game, the Giants scored five goals in the first period en route to the win.

Sunday’s game went even worse for the Ice. They surrendered four goals in the first and another five in the second in the blowout loss.

The losses mean the Ice finish the regular season last in the league at 5-32-3.

Meanwhile, the Kootenay Wild were swept out of the Female Midget AAA League playoffs over the weekend.

The team lost 1-0 in overtime to the Thompson-Okanagan Lakers in Vernon on Friday before falling again 3-0 on Saturday in the best-of-three quarter-finals.

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