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Panthers face Wolves in first round playoff

Matthew Sheeran, 20, was named the Peninsula Panthers’ Most Valuable Player during the hockey club’s awards dinner on the weekend. He is presented the award by head coach Brian Passmore. - Gordon Lee Photography
Matthew Sheeran, 20, was named the Peninsula Panthers’ Most Valuable Player during the hockey club’s awards dinner on the weekend. He is presented the award by head coach Brian Passmore.
— image credit: Gordon Lee Photography

NORTH SAANICH — The first round of the Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League (VIJHL) playoffs started Monday night for the Peninsula Panthers. They face the Westshore Wolves in their opening best-of-seven series.

Game two is tonight (Wed., Feb. 19) at the Q Centre (formally the Bear Mountain Arena) and the series returns to Panorama Recreation Centre Friday night for game three. Game time is 7:30 p.m.

— News staff

 

 

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