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Explosive defense

New Westminster Explosions defenseman Leelan Bond, right, tries to chip the puck past New Westminster C2 Peewee forward Conrad Cho in the first period of their game at the annual Al Hughes peewee hockey tournament, Saturday at Queen
New Westminster Explosions defenseman Leelan Bond, right, tries to chip the puck past New Westminster C2 Peewee forward Conrad Cho in the first period of their game at the annual Al Hughes peewee hockey tournament, Saturday at Queen's Park Arena. The Explosions lost the game 7-3. The tournament wrapped up on Tuesday, along with the annual Bobby Love Atom C tournament.
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New Westminster Explosions defenseman Leelan Bond, right, tries to chip the puck past New Westminster C2 Peewee forward Conrad Cho in the first period of their game at the annual Al Hughes peewee hockey tournament, Saturday at Queen's Park Arena. The Explosions lost the game 7-3. The tournament wrapped up on Tuesday, along with the annual Bobby Love Atom C tournament.

 

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