The Sicamous Eagles are flying high after winning the first round of the Teck Cup playoffs.
Round one of the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League saw the Eagles up against the Kamloops Storm, who forced the match-up into a seventh game on Saturday, Feb. 25.
Game seven was played in Kamloops last on Monday, Feb. 27, and the Eagles took the win, 2-1, to advance in the playoffs.
The Storm outshot the Eagles 36 to 12, but Aiden Kalin’s two goals edged out Lucas Schmid’s one for Kamloops, launching the Eagles into the upcoming head-to-head versus the Revelstoke Grizzlies in the second round of the Doug Birks division Teck Cup playoffs.
Round two playoff game schedules and results can be found at sicamouseagles.com.