QVHHL Update - February 17th, 2022

Playoffs have arrived! Thanks to their 5-2 victory over the Grenfell Spitfires on Tuesday evening, the Balcarres Broncs finish first place and win the League Pennant Award and have a bye into the semi-finals. We start playoffs this weekend with Southey in Lumsden at 8:00 p.m. on Sunday. The Odessa/Vibank Bruins are in Grenfell for game one of their series on Sunday at 6:00 p.m. Bethune plays Milestone in the third series, schedule to come.

On Friday evening the Milestone Flyers are in Drake to play the Canucks in game two of their Provincial 'A' series. Drake defeated Milestone 4-2 last Sunday evening in game one. On Saturday evening the Lumsden Monarchs are in Southey to play the MArlins in game two of their Provincial 'A' series. The Monarchs defeated the Marlins 6-3 last Friday evening. to take a one game lead in their series. The Grenfell Spitfires defeated the Rocanville Tigers 3-2 last Saturday evening and won their Provincial 'B' series 2-0. They now play the Odessa/Vibank Bruins in the next series.

Awards will be announced in the next week. We are following the QVHL Awards protocol this year however the Tyson Sievert HHL Scoring Trophy has been claimed by Kevin DuFour of the Lumsden Monarchs who in 18 games had 21 goals and 22 assists in the new QVHHL and is this year's scoring champion. Congratulations. The Gunnar Lindal Memorial Trophy for Team Goaltending Trophy goes to the Milestone Flyers who finished the season with a 2.80 GAA. This will be shared by Thomas Spence who led the entire league with a 2.56 GAA and nine wins along with Riley Ross who had four wins and a 3.39 GAA...Congratulations!

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