The Bantam Pincher Creek/Crowsnest Pass Ducks took to the ice on Halloween, facing the Fort Macleod Mavericks at Pincher Creek’s MCC Arena. The Ducks were defeated on home ice, but showed great improvement throughout all three periods. They won 8-5 the following day against Lethbridge Red at the Hendersen Ice Centre in Lethbridge.
“There’s a lot of different things we’ve been trying to work on. Kids playing in different positions this year, so we’re really trying to teach. There’s a big learning curve for some, so we’re just trying to get sorted out where we should be as a team.”
“If you don’t push yourself you’ll never know how far you’ll go,” said Snider. “Our biggest strength is just the friendships we’re creating. They’re a good group of kids. They seem to be eager. We talk to them as students of the game, and they seem to be buying into that. They’re hungry to learn, and we’re willing to teach.”