Beaver Valley Nitehawk goalie Brett Clark earned the shutout as the Hawks booked their spot in the final of the Cyclone Taylor Cup with a 3-0 win over the Victoria Cougars on Saturday in Nelson.

Beaver Valley secures spot in Cyclone final

The Nitehawks went undefeated through the round robin with a 3-0 win over Victoria, to ensure their spot in Sunday's Cyclone Taylor final.

Sheldon Hubbard scored the winning goal early in the second period to give the Beaver Valley Nitehawks a 1-0 lead and Hawks goalie Brett Clark would shut the door the rest of the way, as the Nitehawks earned a berth in the Cyclone Taylor Cup final on Saturday at the Nelson Community Complex with a 3-0 win over the Cougars.

Dan Holland would score an insurance marker midway through the third finishing a nice 2-on-1 saucer pass from Ryan Edwards. Kyle Hope would complete the scoring with an empty netter to give the Hawks the only undefeated record in the tournament.

The Nitehawks will play the winner of the Nelson Leafs and Aldergrove Kodiaks game.

Sundays third-place game goes at 10:30 a.m. while the championship match is at 2:30 p.m. at the Nelson complex.

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