The Barton Storm were the winners of the Cheers Cup as the champions of the Revelstoke men’s hockey league. Led by the high-scoring offensive duo of Kevin Kraus and Steve Bull

Barton Storm win men’s league championship

The Barton Storm were the winners of the Cheers Cup as the champions of the Revelstoke men’s hockey league

The Barton Storm were the winners of the Cheers Cup as the champions of the Revelstoke men’s hockey league. Led by the high-scoring offensive duo of Kevin Kraus and Steve Bull, the Storm beat the Emo’s Oilers 10-5 in the final. “It’s been 20 years of hard work, sweat and tears,” said the Storms veteran defenceman Randy Kaler, who reportedly won his first men’s league title in more than 20 years of play.The Storm finished first in the league in the regular season and beat the Village Idiot 6-5 in the semi-finals. The Oilers reached the finals by defeating the Regent Royals 6-3 in the semi.

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