Following a successful tournament, forty of the 160 players will receive invitations to attend tryouts for Team B.C. this upcoming summer.For a full look at the tournament statistics, visit the tournament’s official website. The eight team tournament divided the two Fort St. John players, with Hartman representing the Bruins, while Bateman played for the Wild.Hartman and the Bruins started off their championship winning weekend beating the Canucks 4-3 with a nail biting finish, as the team scored the game-winning-goal with only 15 seconds remaining in regulation. Hartman put his fingerprint on the team’s first game, setting up the Bruins second goal.Saturday morning, Bateman and Hartman squared off as the Bruins took on the Wild. The morning game had Bateman and his Wild double up on the eventual championship winning Bruins 4-2.- Advertisement -Later that day, the Bruins took on the undefeated Leafs, handing them their first loss of the tournament 3-1, with Hartman once again making an impression, scoring the game-winner in the third period.With the win, the Bruins moved into a tie with the Leafs in the tournament standings, but because of the afternoon victory, the Bruins were awarded the tie-breaker, thus earning a spot in the tournament finals.It was close finals between the Bruins and the Sabres, with the Bruins emerging victorious in a very tightly contested final game, winning 4-2.Advertisement
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREStriving toward a more perfect me: Doug McIntyre Livingston was shot in the head while driving his silver Chevrolet Camaro north on the Harbor Freeway around Manchester Avenue. Moorer was arrested in July 2005 in connection with the killing and has remained jailed since then. Shorts, who was jailed in San Bernardino County on unrelated charges, was charged in August 2005 with Livingston’s murder. For more news and observations about crime in Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley, check out the Daily News’ crime blog by clicking here. One of two men charged in the gang-related shooting death of a 20- year-old man on the Harbor (110) Freeway in March 2005 has been convicted of first-degree murder. D’andre Keyshaun Moorer is facing life in prison without the possibility of parole when he is sentenced Dec. 21 by Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Rand S. Rubin. The alleged gunman, Donald Ray Shorts, is awaiting trial. D’andre Keyshaun Moorer, 29, was charged with first-degree murder, along with the special circumstance allegation of murder by discharging a firearm from a motor vehicle and a separate gang allegation. Jurors deliberated for about a day before announcing yesterday they had reached a verdict. Moorer, who allegedly was driving the car, faces a maximum of life in prison without the possibility of parole if convicted. The alleged gunman, Donald Ray Shorts, 27, is still awaiting trial. The two are charged in the March 29, 2005, killing of Michael Ryan Livingston of Long Beach, who was attending a community college and working toward his real estate license. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!