The Beaver Valley Nitehawks clinched the Neil Murdoch division title on the weekend beating the Fernie Ghostriders Friday

Beaver Valley Nitehawks clinch division title

The Beaver Valley Nitehawks picked up 3-of-4 points on the weekend to add another Neil Murdoch division banner to the Hawks Nest rafters.

The Beaver Valley Nitehawks beat the Fernie Ghostrders 3-2 on Friday in overtime to clinch the Neil Murdoch division title, then skated to a 3-3 tie with the Castlegar Rebels to end the KIJHL regular season Saturday.

Beaver Valley begins their playoff run on Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the Beaver Valley Arena against the Nelson Leafs who finished in fourth place in the Neil Murdoch division. The second seeded Rebels will play host to Grand Forks.

See more in Tuesday’s Trail Times.


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