In all-Langley final, it was the Langley C5 Lokomitv downing the Langley C9 Warriors by a 9-4 score.
The two local squads squared off for the gold medal last Thursday (Dec. 29) in the championship final of the Langley Minor Hockey Association’s peewee C hockey tournament played at the George Preston Recreation Centre.
The teams also met in the opening game of the tournament, skating to a 6-6 tie.
Trevor Sever earned player of the game game for Lokomotiv while Noah Yorke won the hardest worker award.
Jarrett Neil and Noah Tanner won the respective honours for the Warriors.
Lokomotiv finished atop their pool thanks to a 7-1 win over the Surrey Canucks and an 8-4 defeat of the Cloverdale Cobras.
Bronsen Vowles and Daiven Saggir won the player of the game awards while Leland Konsatch and Michael Turner nabbed the hardest worker awards.
The Warriors split their remaining two pool games, losing 3-2 to the Surrey Canucks and beating the Cloverdale Cobras 6-1.
Spencer Fiset and Matt Gray won player of the game honours in those two contests, while Tyson Brown and Trenton Robinson won the hardest worker awards.
In the semifinals, the Warriors again got the best of the Cobras, by a 6-1 score while Lokomotiv steamrolled the Canucks, 7-2, to set up the all-Langley final.
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Langley C9 Warriors goaltender Matt Gray dives for the loose puck in front of teammate Evan Jones and a member of the Cloverdale Cobras during semifinal action at the Langley Minor Hockey Association peewee C hockey tournament at the George Preston Recreation Centre.