Jets soar to BC women's hockey title

By Don Fennell

Published 4:15 PDT, Wed April 4, 2018

The Fraser Valley Jets soared to their first BC Hockey championship Sunday at the Richmond Ice Centre.

Featuring Richmond’s Natasha Steblin, the Jets outscored the Meadow Ridge Moose 7-2 in the final of the South Coastal Women’s Hockey League playoff tournament.

Having lost only twice in 30 regular-season and playoff games, the Jets not only topped the standings, eight points clear of the second-place Moose, but also outscored their opponents 22-5 in posting a 4-0 tournament record.

Richmond’s Natalie May was also prominent in the season-ending tournament, scoring the only goal as South Fraser TNT won the bronze medal in a 1-0 win over defending provincial champion Kamloops Vibe.

TNT eliminated host Richmond Devils with a 3-1 victory on Saturday. The game was tied 3-3 before TNT scored two unanswered goals in the third period.

Trinity Western University Titans also participated in the tournament.

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