Cowichan Lake Minor Hockey celebrates on-ice skills

The Cowichan Lake Minor Hockey Association held their annual skills competition on Feb. 17 at the Cowichan Lake Sports Arena.

The event had to be rescheduled from earlier in the year due to a storm that prevented some from attending.

It was a full house on the 17th, however, as the young hockey players showed off their on-ice skills in a friendly rivalry.

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