However there was action in the league this Saturday, with a light CIHL schedule, with only two games scheduled over the Thanksgiving Day weekend.
The River Kings were host to the Kitimat Ice Demons, with the River Kings easily handling the Ice Demons 7 -0 .
In the only other match this weekend, the Smithers Steelheads made quick work of the Hazelton Wolverines, picking up their second win of the season so far with a 6-3 victory.
Prior to Saturday night's action, CFTK TV 7 provided this preview of the CIHL schedule for Saturday.
There was an off ice development for the Rampage this week, as the CIHL cleared up a confusing situation regarding sanctions imposed on the Prince Rupert squad.
Originally it had been reported that the Rampage had played an ineligible player in last weekends game in Kitimat, instead the Rampage were sanctioned for not having taken care of the proper paperwork required to ensure that their roster players and coaching staff are properly carded with the BCAHA.
The sanctions question was part of a larger issue for the league which sanctioned three teams for infractions during last weeks games (see previous article here)
Further reports on this weekends action will be updated below.
Terrace Daily-- Kings new coach Tooms puts the Demons back in their tomb
Terrace River Kings-- Kings Whip Demons 7 - 0
Kitimat Ice Demons -- River Kings go 2-0 with strong showing in 7-0 win over under-manned Ice Demons
Terrace Daily-- Home Ice season opener against rivals from Kitimat
The full review of the Rampage season can be found from our Rampage Review Archives
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