They may have failed in their quest for gold, but Team Canada’s men hockey club isn’t leaving South Korea without some hardware.
The Canadians, led by coach Willie Desjardins from Climax, triumphed 6-4 over the Czechs in the bronze medal game.
Chris Kelly and Andrew Ebbett scored twice for the Canadians, while Derek Roy and Wojtek Wolski also potted goals.
Linden Vey of Wakaw, did not play in the game.
He finishes the tournament have played in five games and registering one assist.
As you know, this year’s Olympic hockey tournament was contested without NHL involvement giving players who might not otherwise a chance to represent their country in Pyeongchang.