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Devils chase a third place finish

North Delta Devils goalie Tyler Read dives on a loose puck during a PJHL game earlier this season. The Devils fell 5-1 to the Delta Ice Hawks Tuesday night, but have clinched a playoff position. - FILE PHOTO / THE LEADER
North Delta Devils goalie Tyler Read dives on a loose puck during a PJHL game earlier this season. The Devils fell 5-1 to the Delta Ice Hawks Tuesday night, but have clinched a playoff position.
— image credit: FILE PHOTO / THE LEADER

All that remains for the North Delta Devils in regular season play is to determine whether they will finish third or fourth in the Tom Shaw Conference of the Pacific Junior Hockey League.

The Devils fell 5-1 to the Delta Ice Hawks Tuesday night in Ladner, and with three games remaining on their schedule, are tied with the North Vancouver Wolf Pack for third place with 44 points from 41 games. The Wolf Pack have four games left to play, but two will be against North Delta.

The two teams play tomorrow (Friday) at 9 p.m. in the Sungod Arena, then face-off again next Wednesday in North Vancouver.

The Devils finish their regular season schedule Feb. 16 with a home game against the last-place Grandview Steelers.

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