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Oct. 9, 2017

MONCTON, N.B. - All four of the teams that represented Nova Scotia at the 2017 Atlantic Challenge Cup over the weekend are bringing home medals.

Our Male Under-15 team went undefeated during the round robin, posting a perfect 3-0 record before topping Prince Edward Island 7-1 to earn a berth in the gold medal final on Monday at the Superior Propane Centre in Moncton, N.B.

In the championship game, the Male Under-15 squad faced Newfoundland and Labrador. Daniel Kline scored twice and picked up an assist in the 7-2 victory while Oscar Plandowski notched a goal and two assists. Jacob Goobie earned the win between the pipes.

(PHOTO: Our U15 boys celebrate their championship victory over Newfoundland and Labrador.)

After going 1-1-1 during round robin play, our Male Under-14 team defeated New Brunswick 4-2 on Sunday in the semi-finals to advance to Monday's championship game with Prince Edward Island. In the final, Nova Scotia was led by Jake Furlong, Dylan Andrews and Lucas Canning who each scored a pair of goals in the 9-4 victory. Luke Woodworth and Leighton Carruthers each registered a goal and an assist in the win.

On the Female Under-16 side, our Nova Scotia girls were 2-0-1 during the opening round before defeating Newfoundland and Labrador 6-4 in the semi-finals on Sunday. On Monday, they met a tough New Brunswick team in the final. Kara MacLean had Nova Scotia's lone tally in a 4-1 loss to New Brunswick as our girls took silver.

After going undefeated through the first three games of the tournament, our Female Under-18 team dropped a tough 3-2 semi-final match-up to Prince Edward Island. In the bronze medal game, they shut out Newfoundland and Labrador 3-0 to finish third. Josie Chisholm, Ella MacLean and Aimee O'Neill scored for Nova Scotia while Madison Beck earned the shut out victory in goal.

Hockey Nova Scotia would like to congratulate our four teams for their performances over the weekend at the Atlantic Challenge Cup in Moncton.

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