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DC product shines on ice at National Aboriginal Hockey Championships

“We’re doing really well, we’ve won three games of five so far."
Morgan Lafleur-Hamann
Representing the region at the National Aboriginal Hockey Championships.

Morgan LaFleur-Hamman is representing Mile Zero in the National Aboriginal Hockey Championships in Membertou, Nova Scotia. 

The team heads into quarterfinal action early 4am DC time Friday, or 8am on the East Coast.  

“We’re doing really well, we’ve won three games of five so far,” she said to the Dawson Creek Mirror Thursday afternoon.

LaFleur-Hamman, who plays with Northeast BC Predators is one of only a handful of girls from northern BC on the provincial team.

“We’ll be doing a social event this evening with all the teams in the tournament.”

LaFleur-Hamman flew from the Peace to Vancouver, before meeting up with the boys and girls teams and flying together to Toronto, and then onto Sydney, NS.

The grade ten South Peace Secondary student is keeping her focus on hockey in the off season months, expecting to try out for the Prince George Capitals soon.

Semi final action goes late Friday, with finals set for Saturday.

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