The Oyen goalie was the busiest player on the ice during the U15A tilt in Castor on Dec. 11th. He faced a barrage of shots during the game, stopping all but 4 of 58. Castor won the game with a score of 4-1, shots 58-16. Kevin J Sabo photo.

The Oyen goalie was the busiest player on the ice during the U15A tilt in Castor on Dec. 11th. He faced a barrage of shots during the game, stopping all but 4 of 58. Castor won the game with a score of 4-1, shots 58-16. Kevin J Sabo photo.

PHOTOS: The Oyen goalie was the busiest player on the ice during the U15A tilt in Castor on Dec. 11th

Castor won the game with a score of 4-1, shots 58-16

The Oyen goalie was the busiest player on the ice during the U15A tilt in Castor on Dec. 11th. He faced a barrage of shots during the game, stopping all but four of 58. Castor won the game with a score of 4-1, shots 58-16. Kevin J. Sabo photo

The Oyen goalie was the busiest player on the ice during the U15A tilt in Castor on Dec. 11th. He faced a barrage of shots during the game, stopping all but 4 of 58. Castor won the game with a score of 4-1, shots 58-16. Kevin J Sabo photo.

The Castor U15A Coyotes were no match for the team visiting from Oyen on Dec. 11th. Castor won the tilt 4-1, and out shot the Oyen team 58-16. Kevin J. Sabo photo

And that’s a steal…Jordan Glasier of the Castor U15A Coyotes takes the puck from the Oyen player while flanked by two other team mates, during the team’s home game Dec. 11th. Kevin J. Sabo photo

Despite some breaks during the Castor U15A Coyote game against Oyen on Dec. 11th, Oyen just couldn’t seem to match the speed or agility of Castor. Castor downed Oyen 4-1.

Kevin J. Sabo photo

Despite some breaks during the Castor U15A Coyote game against Oyen on Dec. 11th, Oyen just couldn’t see to match the speed or agility of Castor. Castor downed Oyen 4-1.

Kevin J. Sabo photo

Castor won the game with a score of 4-1, shots 58-16

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The Castor U15A Coyotes were no match for the team visiting from Oyen on Dec. 11th. Castor won the tilt 4-1, and out shot the Oyen team 58-16. Kevin J. Sabo photo

The Castor U15A Coyotes were no match for the team visiting from Oyen on Dec. 11th. Castor won the tilt 4-1, and out shot the Oyen team 58-16. Kevin J. Sabo photo

And that’s a steal…Jordan Glasier of the Castor U15A Coyotes takes the puck from the Oyen player while flanked by two other team mates, during the team’s home game Dec. 11th. Kevin J. Sabo photo

And that’s a steal…Jordan Glasier of the Castor U15A Coyotes takes the puck from the Oyen player while flanked by two other team mates, during the team’s home game Dec. 11th. Kevin J. Sabo photo

Despite some breaks during the Castor U15A Coyote game against Oyen on Dec. 11th, Oyen just couldn’t seem to match the speed or agility of Castor. Castor downed Oyen 4-1.
Kevin J. Sabo photo

Despite some breaks during the Castor U15A Coyote game against Oyen on Dec. 11th, Oyen just couldn’t seem to match the speed or agility of Castor. Castor downed Oyen 4-1. Kevin J. Sabo photo

Despite some breaks during the Castor U15A Coyote game against Oyen on Dec. 11th, Oyen just couldn’t see to match the speed or agility of Castor. Castor downed Oyen 4-1.
Kevin J. Sabo photo

Despite some breaks during the Castor U15A Coyote game against Oyen on Dec. 11th, Oyen just couldn’t see to match the speed or agility of Castor. Castor downed Oyen 4-1. Kevin J. Sabo photo

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