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Delta Ice Hawks continue losing skid

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The Delta Ice Hawks played North Delta to a 2-2 tie on Tuesday evening (Dec. 4) to continue their five-game winless streak.

The 17-6-2 Ice Hawks  have dropped games to North Vancouver, Richmond, Grandview, and North Delta, prior to Tuesday, to fall to second place in the Tom Shaw Conference of the PJHL.

They face the league-worst Port Moody Panthers (5-17-1) Saturday and then meet Ridge Meadows (7-11-2) in Ladner on Tuesday.

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