The division went from three flights to two for season play, with twelve teams in Flight 1 and seven in Flight 2.
Juvenile Storm A1 – back and forth in Flight 1
In pre-season, the Storm A1 had a record of 2-3-3 in Flight 1. The team has had mixed results through four regular season games.
The Storm A1 had a strong opener, with an 8-5 win over Chilliwack A1 (1-3-0) on November 14th. Two nights later, they crushed Surrey (1-1-1) by a score of 10-3 for their second win.
After starting with back-to-back wins, the team lost their next two games against Ridge Meadows (4-0-0) and Burnaby (2-2-0).
The Storm A1 currently sit in a tie for sixth out of twelve teams in Flight 1.
Here’s a look at the start of the Storm A1 season:
|11/22/2015||Ridge Meadows A1||1||7||L||1||6|
The Storm A1 are next in action Sunday when they visit a tough opponent in Coquitlam (3-0-1).
Juvenile Storm A2 – starting season in Flight 2
The Storm A2 competed in Flight 3 during placement matches, going 1-6-1 through eight games. With the division dropping a flight, the team moved to Flight 2 for season play.
After three games, the Storm A2 are still looking for their first win. They’ve faced tough opponents so far in Vancouver (3-1-0), Port Coquitlam (5-0-0), and Squamish (2-2-0).
|11/17/2015||Port Coquitlam A1||1||9||L||1||8|
On Tuesday night, the team will hope to snag a win when they host Burnaby (0-5-0) at 9:45pm at Harry Jerome.