The Ice Hawks won first place for the third year in a row in the Old Timers Division. (Contributed Photo)

Terrace Adult Hockey League wraps up season

Two divisions played for winning titles of the year

The Terrace Adult Hockey League wrapped up the season with their playoff finals from April 7 to 12.

Eight teams competed in the Recreational Division and after a round robin play, four-time champions Norms Auto Body and Mr. Mikes’ team came out on top and battled it out for the winning title of the year.

After a championship round with the best of three series, Mr. Mikes won their first Rec League Championship.

READ MORE: North West Sockeyes win gold at Prince George hockey tournament

In the Old Timers Division, Ice Hawks emerged out of the semi-finals to play against the Hell Cats, leading to a 2-2 tie at the end of the game.

This led to both teams to have a three-player shootout, in which the Ice Hawks scored on all shots.

They sealed the deal and won their third consecutive championship.

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Team Mr. Mikes won first place in the Recreational Division at the final playoffs of the Terrace Adult Hockey League this season. (Contributed Photo)

League Vice-President Tyler Noble presents Eric Turner, captain of the Ice Hawks, their winning trophy. (Contributed Photo)

Mr. Mikes’ captain and goalie John Mctaggart is given winning trophy by Tyler Noble. (Contributed Photo)

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