The game didn’t go Dawson Creek’s way as early on Whitecourt was able to dominate with a power play goal 8 minutes into the first. After the first period, the Wolverines lead 3-0. In the second it was all Wolverines as they picked up another four goals. The third period wasn’t much different as the Wolverines got two more goals and the Canucks finally got on the board at the 9 minute mark with a goal from Stuart Weaver. That would be all for the Canucks as the Wolverines went on to win 9-1.- Advertisement -Dawson Creek will now host Fort St. John next Friday at the Memorial Arena.
160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! WASHINGTON – Retired Army Lt. Gen. Ricardo Sanchez, the top commander in Iraq shortly after the fall of Baghdad, said this week that he supports Democratic legislation that calls for most troops to come home within a year. His comments come as welcome ammunition for the Democratic-controlled Congress in its standoff with the White House on war spending. This month, the House passed a $50billion bill that would pay for combat operations but sets the goal that combat end by Dec. 15, 2008. The White House threatened to veto the measure, and Senate Republicans blocked it from passing. The Pentagon on Tuesday said as many as 200,000 civilian employees and contractors will begin receiving layoff warnings by Christmas unless Congress approves a war-spending bill that President Bush will sign. “The improvements in security produced by the courage and blood of our troops have not been matched by a willingness on the part of Iraqi leaders to make the hard choices necessary to bring peace to their country,” Sanchez said in remarks to be aired Saturday for the weekly Democratic radio address. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREPettersson scores another winner, Canucks beat Kings“There is no evidence that the Iraqis will choose to do so in the near future or that we have an ability to force that result,” he said. Sanchez added that the House bill “makes the proper preparation of our deploying troops a priority and requires the type of shift in their mission that will allow their numbers to be reduced substantially.”