Blackhawks 2 lose tough LNHL semis to Whitefish

Six Nations Blackhawk 2 player Davin Bomberry gets ready to skate up ice during LNHL semi-finals action against the Whitefish River Warriors. (Photo by Neil Becker)

By Neil Becker Sports Writer Six Nations Blackhawks 2 forward Thunder Hill has shown that ability to thrive when the playoff pressure is on. Competing at the Boys Midget Rec Division at LNHL, Hill captivated the Iceland Sports Complex arena fans with a two goal performance in what was a tough to swallow 3-2 semi-finals loss against the Whitefish River Warriors. “I felt we did good. We moved the puck well.” Reflecting on what he likes best about competing in the LNHL tournament Hill remarked, “The crowds.” Getting off to a strong start Six Nations started that quest for a Boys Rec Division ‘A’ Championship banner with a 3-2 win against the Longlake #58 Generals followed by a 2-1 decision verses the Tyendinaga Thrashers, Hitting a speed bump Six Nations…

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