The A1 side showed once again why they are amongst the Flight 1 leaders, dismantling Abbotsford Peewee A1 by an 8-0 score on December 5th.
Two nights later, however, the team was reminded not to take any opponent for granted. The last place Coquitlam Peewee A1 team played their best game of the season, surprising the Winterhawks en route to a 2-2 tie.
The Winterhawks now sit three points back of the first place Burnaby Winter Club Bruins. This week features a pair of games against the Vancouver Thunderbirds Peewee A1.
The A2 squad put in a great effort against the first place team in Flight 2, Cloverdale Peewee A1, earning a 3-3 tie on December 8th. The next night also featured a closely contested game. Seafair Peewee A1 managed to get the best of the Winterhawks, beating them by a 4-2 score.
NSWC will try to stay with the pack. They currently sit in 7th place out of 10 teams with a 1W-3L-2T record, but are only four points behind 4th place.
It was a good week for the A3 boys. The team posted a 4-2 win over North Vancouver Peewee A2 on December 8th and followed that up the next night with a 3-3 tie against Chilliwack Peewee A2.
The points helped them edge up the Flight 5 standings into 6th place out of 11 teams.
The last three games for the A4 team have been very unusual. They managed one win, one loss and one tie over that stretch.
The week started with a rare 0-0 tie against Abbotsford Peewee A4, then the next night the offence exploded for ten goals, blowing out Hollyburn Peewee A3 by a score of 10-1. Playing their third game in as many days, the Winterhawks then lost to the same Hollyburn Huskies by a 2-1 margin.
The week balanced out on the whole, but was definitely a roller coaster ride along the way.