The 2012 Revelstoke men's league champions Battersby's Plumbers. Front row (l-r): Matt Meulendyk

Battersby’s Plumbers are 2012 Revelstoke Men’s League Champs

Battersby's Plumbers' Corey Beisel put it between the pipes in overtime to defeat the Regent Royals in the Revelstoke men's league final



The Battersby’s Plumbers were down 4-3 versus the Regent Royals with less than two minutes to play. Zac Jenne scored the late goal that pushed the final into overtime. In OT, No. 14 Corey Beisel was the hero for the Plumbers, skating the puck down the right wing on a two-on-one play. Beisel forced the defender to guard the pass and managed to get in close before snapping in the game winner. The Sunday, Feb. 26 final was very entertaining, including scuffles, a penalty shot and lots of verbal sparring on the ice.

Pictured here are the 2012 Revelstoke Men’s League Champions Battersby Plumbers:

Front row (l-r): Matt Meulendyk, Brent Stevenson and Corey Beisel.

Middle Row (l-r): Andy Siegel, Jeremy MacPherson, Matt McCaw, Zac Jenne, Greg Ryan, Josh Guillaume, Magee Tabah.

Back row (l-r): Frank Morin, Cody Davis, Dave Pehowich, Dean Thompson, Brook Glanville, Adam Borton, Matt Cameron, Tyler Nash.

 

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