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Goalie Lane Michasiw leads the way with three awards at hockey team’s banquet
A powerplay goal on a controversial penalty put an end to the Cowichan Valley Capitals’ season on Wednesday night.
The Cowichan Valley Capitals are in tough after dropping the first two games of their best-of-seven playoff series on the road.
The midget A Cowichan Valley Capitals lost the opening game of their best-of-three Island championship series
One former Cowichan Valley Capitals player set up another for the winning goal as the Salmon Arm Silverbacks beat the Caps 3-1.
The Capitals got past Oceanside in the do-or-die crossover semifinal last Saturday, and are on to the Island midget A championships.
Untimely infractions undid the Cowichan Valley Capitals as they lost 5-4 in a big game against the Nanaimo Clippers on Tuesday night.
The Cowichan Valley Special Olympics floor hockey team will be taking on the Cowichan Valley Capitals.
Losses to the last-place team in the Island Division and the top team in the BCHL ran the Capitals’ losing streak to seven games.
A home game against the team with the worst record in the League was just what the Caps needed to snap out of a post-holiday slump.
Lane Michasiw stopped all 38 shots he faced as the Cowichan Valley Capitals shut out the Alberni Valley Bulldogs 2-0 on Wednesday night.