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Oldtimer hockey round-up

Ben Kielb didn’t miss a beat

By freelancer on March 15, 2019

Kilrich 5, Yukon Inn 2

Ben Kielb didn’t miss a beat after returning from a stint in the minors, as he scored twice to pace Kilrich in Whitehorse Oldtimers hockey action Sunday night at Takhini Arena. Tim Turner-Davis, Arlo O’Riordan and Dave White also tallied for the builders.

Medicine Chest 5, EDI 2

Chris Nash scored twice and added three assists to lead the pharmacists. Myles Dolphin, Adam Green and Mark Pike rifled home goals as well. AON Flames 9, Firth Rangers 1

Dave Wipf led the AON offence with two goals and four assists, and Paul Sullivan and Jeff Jensen also each chipped in a pair. Singles came from Lester Balsillie, Gary McKellar and Rick Smith. Blayne Monahan replied for Firth.

Tim Hortons 7, Air North 6

Wynn Griffith picked up the hat trick and added three assists, and linemates Greg Lane and Bernie Adilman each added two goals for Tims in a wild affair. Mike Burnett stuffed home a pair for goals for the air crew.

In action last week:

AON 4, EDI 3

Gary McKellar scored the game winner midway through the final period to give AON the victory.

Yukon Inn 5, Firth 1

Greg Charlie found the back of the net twice for the Inn.

Air North 3 Medicine Chest 0

Rob Clarke stopped everything in net for Air North to earn the shutout.

Kilrich 6, Tim Hortons 4

Mark King stretched his lead atop the scoring race with three goals for the winners.

Submitted by Bernie Adilman

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