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Glacier Kings hosting Generals on Jan. 2 in VIJHL tilt

HAPPY NEW YEAR In a rare Thursday night game at the Comox Valley Sports Centre, the Comox Valley Glacier Kings host the Campbell River Storm on Jan. 2 with puck drop at 7 p.m. The teams are embroiled in a tight race for first place in the Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League North Division, with the third-place Yetis just three points back of the first-place Storm with a game in hand. Fans can expect to see more hard-hitting action such as this from a Dec. 22 game in Campbell River where Glacier Kings
HAPPY NEW YEAR In a rare Thursday night game at the Comox Valley Sports Centre, the Comox Valley Glacier Kings host the Campbell River Storm on Jan. 2 with puck drop at 7 p.m. The teams are embroiled in a tight race for first place in the Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League North Division, with the third-place Yetis just three points back of the first-place Storm with a game in hand. Fans can expect to see more hard-hitting action such as this from a Dec. 22 game in Campbell River where Glacier Kings' Taylor Derynck (right) is seen roughing it up with Storms' Josh Frieson. On Jan. 4 the G-Kings host the Victoria Cougars at 7:30 p.m. at SC#1.
— image credit: PHOTO BY JIM HOCKLEY
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