Clippers of All Ages Hit the Ice


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The Novice B Clippers Travis Mason

The month of November has been a busy one for Clipper Ice Sports in Niverville.

The Initiation teams are finally in full swing. Some very excited players on the Initiation B team will have the opportunity to play during intermission at a Manitoba Moose game in December.

The Novice A team had a great month, winning two games before going on a two-week break. They are currently ranked second with a record of 3–1.

Meanwhile, the Novice B team also had a great month before going into their break, chalking up three wins. They currently sit atop the standings, tied for first with a 5–1 record. The Novice Bs also attended a recent tournament in Carmen, where they played a strong team game to defeat Morden to win the B side. The following players received first star recognition: Mieka Rattenbury, Nolan Brunel, and Trae Worrell.

The Novice White C team sits in second place with four wins and two losses. The Novice Blue C team holds a record of three wins, one loss, and one tie. 

At the Atom level, Atom A sits in second place with a 5–1 record. The B team sits one point out of the basement with one win and three losses. The C team holds a 1–4 record so far, with a two-point lead over last place.

The Pee Wee A team sports an even 3–3 record, where Pee Wee B is having a tough start, still searching for their first win. Pee Wee C has a record of 2–3 at this point, splitting their games.

The Clipper Bantam team also hovers around .500, while after seven games the Midgets are 3–4.

Coming up, the Atom Clippers will host a home tournament on December 1, with the Pee Wees coming up next with their own tournament on December 8–10.

Clipper Ice Sports is excited to team up with Niverville Recreation this year to offer a dryland training program that will be available to players. Stay tuned for more details.

President Jeff Spencer, along with the CIS Executive, would like to wish all families a safe and happy holiday season. 

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