Wolves steady behind Cougars and Braves

The Wolves visit the Oceanside Generals Saturday night

A Max Mois hat-trick paced the Westshore Wolves past the Comox Valley Glacier Kings with a 7-5 victory on Friday (Nov. 9). The game was the latest example of the volatile Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League season where any team is beatable – any team other than the Victoria Cougars (20-0-1) and the Saanich Braves (14-4-0), that is.

Despite having only recently popped the tags off their expansion team sweaters, the Wolves have excelled with 12 wins in 21 games, one point back of the Peninsula Panthers for third in the South division.

The Wolves visit the Oceanside Generals Saturday night. Kerry Park visit the Braves tonight (Nov. 16), 6:30 p.m. at Pearkes, while the Cougars host Comox on Sunday, 3:30 p.m. at Archie Browning Sports Centre.

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