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Wind Surfers stay unbeated with easy 7-3 win.

The Welcome Home signs were displayed at the rink, as the red team played their first game at Hockeytown this season.

It was not a memorable one in and easy 7-3 win.

It was also the first game on the newly refurbished North Rink for the BBHC. With new boards, glass, and lines, the flaws of the leagure really stood out.

"It's hard to argue offiside now that we all can see the lines," said Rick Breed.

The red Wind Surfers ran out to a 2-1 first peirod lead, and coasted to a 4-1 lead at the end of two.

"I think we feel comfortable with Joe Surette back on defense," said Mike Cormican. "He's never out of position."

Cormican finished with two goals, and five other skaters including Rick Murpny chipped in with one.

For the navy team, holding the other team to 7 goals was actually an improvement.

"We're headed in the right direction," said Rick Armand. "Our goal is to not allow any more or any less than 7 goals a game. That gives us a 37% chance to win every Friday."

"It's a different group this season," said Champion Steve Hardy. "I''m not sure if I can work my magic this season."


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