The Langley Eagles celebrated their gold medal victory in Kamloops recently.

Langley Eagles perfect in Kamloops

Langley's atom A hockey team rolled to a gold medal at the KMHA tournament Nov. 6 to 8.

The Langley Eagles were unbeatable at the 10-team Kamloops Minor Hockey Association (KMHA) Atom ‘A’ tournament from Nov 6 to 8.

Langley went 6-0 over the weekend, with back-to-back 7-1 wins over Vernon A1 and Kelowna 2 on Nov. 6, a 19-1 victory over Abbotsford A1 and 5-2 triumph over Kamloops A1 on Nov. 7, and a 9-2 win over Kelowna 1 on Nov. 8. In the gold medal final, also Nov. 8, the Eagles edged Kamloops A1 by a 6-4 score.

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