Six Nations Cooper Anderson has two goal performance

Six Nations Atom Rep forward Cooper Anderson led the offence with a two goal performance in a weekend win against Port Dover. (Photo by Neil Becker)

By Neil Becker Sports Reporter Six Nations Atom Rep coach Travis Anderson wasn’t surprised at his team’s ability to successfully bounce back. Six Nations had lost consecutive games against Cayuga and West Lincoln at the Cayuga Atom Rep hockey Tournament but successfully rebounded in fine fashion when on December 9th they entertained the Gaylord Powless Arena faithful with a 6-2 regular season win against the Port Dover Pirates. “Our defenceman were blocking shots and our goalie (Peyten Vyse-Hill) made some big saves. She was outstanding,” Anderson sad. “Our team played really hard and we’re improving.” Having lost their last regular season game three days earlier by a 9-0 score against the Tillsonburg Tornadoes, Six Nations came out strong against Port Dover and despite manufacturing all sorts of chances, weren’t rewarded…

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