The stands were full with Ghostriders supporters at the Fernie Memorial Arena for Sunday night hockey action. (File photo - 2020)

The stands were full with Ghostriders supporters at the Fernie Memorial Arena for Sunday night hockey action. (File photo - 2020)

Ghostriders drop in their division after weekend losses

The team went into the weekend in second place in the division

The Fernie Ghostriders dropped two places in their division standings after two weekend losses.

Entering into the weekend of Nov. 12, the Ghostriders were second in the KIJHL’s Eddie Mountain Division, trailing the Columbia Valley Rockies by just one point.

READ MORE: ‘It’s been a good run’: Ghostriders second in division following weekend games

Four points were on the line over the weekend, and the two losses in regular game time means none were achieved. Both games were also in-division, making it a zero-sum game points-wise.

The Ghostriders fell short to their rivals, the Kimberley Dynamiters, 1-2 on Nov. 12. The next day, on Nov. 13, they were shut out by the Creston Valley Thunder Cats 0-4.

The weekend of Nov. 4, the Ghostriders won two shutout victories against the Castlegar Rebels (2-0) and the Grand Forks Border Bruins (5-0).

READ MORE: ‘I think we’re just getting started’: Fernie Ghostriders win two weekend shutouts


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