Phoenix Logan-Hill – Posse Player of the week

Another busy week on the ice. Phoenix Logan-Hill #39 was chosen as Player of the Week by his coach Dale “Duner” Hladun.

Phoenix Logan-Hill is a hard working goalie. His work ethic on and off ice has impressed Coach Hladun.

The Princeton Posse had another busy week on ice.  They had home games on both Friday and Saturday night.  On Friday night, the home team played against Osoyoos and lost in a tight game that ended 1-2 for the Osoyoos Coyotes.  Saturday night was another story.  The Posse came out with all guns blazing and ended the arena battle with an 8-2 win against the Summerland Steam.

Phoenix Logan-Hill #39 was chosen as Player of the Week by his coach Dale “Duner” Hladun.  “Phoenix played a great game against Osoyoos in a 2-1 loss,” stated Duner.  “Osoyoos is one of the stronger teams in the league and Phoenix certainly met the challenge.”

“Then, the next evening,” continued Duner, “Phoenix backstopped the Posse to an 8-2 victory against Summerland.  Phoenix has been a pleasure to coach and has been one of the more eager athletes who chooses to work hard to improve as well as be a part of the community.”

Seventeen year old Logan-Hill is from Port Moody, B.C..  It is his first year with the Posse and the Posse coaching staff and his loyal fans can’t wait to see how he progresses through out the year.  “Phoenix is a good player,” stated Duner.  “He is an asset to our team.”


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