Two in two for the Vics AAA reports

Deux en deux pour les Vics AAA relève

The Vics of the class AAA notes are aware of a great week. After winning only three wins in 23 matches within the League of excellence of Quebec, here they come to earn their first two meetings in the Tournament international de hockey bantam de Granby offering, each time, excellent performance.

Friday evening, representatives from Yamaska-Missisquoi defeated the Lions South of Lake Saint-Louis 3-2, after you have erased deficits of 1-0 and 2-1. It is a purpose of Charles Bélisle, with less than two minutes to go in the third period, which made the difference in favor of the local.

“It is my biggest goal of the season, it is safe, said Bélisle, who has added a password. If it continues like this, I think we will surprise a lot of people this week. “

It was interesting to see the reaction of the players on the bench of the Vics following the purpose of Bélisle. Same thing when the match has ended. They looked happy, les p’tits gars!

Nathan Rivard-Giard and Christoph Carrier donned the other goals for the Vics.

“The young people have never let go of, explained coach Martin Brosseau. Even when we were back, everyone believed it at the bench. This is a big victory. “

The Vics have not yet beaten a great power (the Lions have two wins in 24 matches in the League of excellence), but they still did what they had to do. We cannot ask for more.

At 11: 30 a.m., Saturday, the Vics will play against the Forest of Amos, a team “prenable” according to Brosseau. If they win, they will meet in the quarter-finals. If they lose, this will be the end.

The final of the class AAA notes will take place on Sunday, 14 h. let us Dream a little, just for fun…

A lot of hope in the B

In the late evening, Friday, the Husky 1 in Cowansville, which had won its first two games, and the Bulls of Bedford, with the same record, were the last two teams undefeated from the region in class B. But others, like the Eagles of Granby (2-1), Cobras de Granby (2-1), the Rockies of Bromont (2-1) and the Valois Acton Vale (1-1) were still in the fight.

The final B will take place at 17: 30, Sunday.

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