The Atom A3 Colts earned bronze at a tournament earlier this month and will introduce Hockey Night in Canada – twice.

Hockey Night in Canada to feature Cloverdale Colts

Cloverdale Minor Hockey Association's Atom A3 team to be featured on Canada's most-watched sports show twice in December.

They’re ready to score big on Hockey Night in Canada.

The Cloverdale Minor Hockey Association’s rep team, the Atom A3 Colts, will be featured twice on the most-watched sports program in the country.

Through Scotiabank’s sponsorship program, the Colts will introduce Hockey Night In Canada twice next month in segments airing on Dec. 13 and on Dec. 20.

The team boasts 17 young, aspiring hockey players aged 8 to 10 years. Sources say they give nothing but their all, on and off the ice.

Representatives from the show taped the boys’ practice in Cloverdale last month.

Meanwhile, the Atom A3 Colts earned bronze at the Great Northwest Squirt A Silvertip Veteran’s Day Challenge, held in Everett, WA, over the Nov. 8 to 10 weekend.

To date, the Colts are on record with 11 wins, five losses, and 1 loss in overtime.

Under the direction of their Coach, Rick Cavalleri and his coaching staff, the Atom A3 Colts’ team roster includes Austin Cavallari, Braeden Caruso, DJ Cash, Jamie Fuchs, Jonathan Sores, Joshua Crandell, Keagan Hadley, Keaton Ribeiro, Lairaby Hiatt, Levi Touhey, Linden Kodak, Marcus Olsen, Matthew Wise, Noah Mitchell, Nolan Foster, Parker Magnuson, and Peyton Mithmuangneua.

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