Six Nations PeeWee Reps developing as a team

Six Nations PeeWee Rep captain Chaz Hill gets ready to make a deke to set up what was a third period opportunity. Hill had lots of offensive opportunities but wasn’t rewarded. (Photo by Neil Becker)

By Neil Becker Writer OHSWEKEN – Six Nations PeeWee Rep coach Dennis MacDonald was feeling encouraged despite what was a weekend loss. Shortly after addressing his team following a Sunday, November 2nd 8-0 home loss against the Ingersoll Express, MacDonald expressed his feelings about what he saw. “I think that was Ingersoll’s 15th game, and we have only played about three. They capitalized on our mistakes. We coughed pucks up, and gave up 2 on 1 breakaways.” MacDonald also went on to add, “In the second and third period, I thought we were in their end. I saw some good things. Right now, we’re getting used to each other as a team and learning the speed game.” Despite Six Nations goalie Peyten Vyse -Hill making a lot of quality saves,…

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