The Juneau Douglas High School hockey team capped off their regular season with a pair of home victories at Treadwell Ice Arena over the weekend. The Crimson Bears defeated Monroe Catholic, 3-0 and 5-3, clinching the second win with just under two minutes to play. The season hasn’t ended yet. The team will enter their conference playoffs with a road trip to Fairbanks in two weeks.
All photos by Steve Quinn.
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