Bruins host league games

The Burns Lake Bruins atoms played a strong game against the Houston Flyers atoms team last weekend.

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(Top) The Burns Lake Bruins atoms played a strong game against the Houston Flyers atoms team last weekend. The game was  a regular league game held at the Tom Forsyth Memorial Arena. The  Bruins defeated the Houston team 5-2 in a well played game.

The next scheduled game for the Bruins atom team is a tournament to be held at the Tom Forsyth Memorial arena on Jan. 7 and 8, 2012.

(Bottom) The Burns Lake Bruins midgets met their match in a rough and tumble home game held at the Tom Forsyth Memorial Arena last weekend against the Houston Flyers midget team. The Houston Flyers team managed to hold off the Bruins,  winning the game 3-2.There was a few on ice scuffles in at the heated game. The next scheduled game for the Bruins midgets is on Jan. 28 and 29 in Houston.

The next midget home game is scheduled for Feb. 5, 2011 at the Tom Forsyth Memorial Arena against Vanderhoof.

 

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