Bucs finish second in Stan Konrad tourney

Grand Haven hockey's Zach Mitchell (on ice) celebrates a goal during Friday's win over Mona Shores. His hat trick was the first of his career.

MUSKEGON — Six straight losses weren't how Grand Haven-Spring Lake hockey wanted to end 2019.

Instead, the holiday break brought some cheer back to the Buccaneers' hockey program with a major win on Friday night. Their 3-2 victory against Mona Shores was a happy surprise for a team in desperate need of some confidence.

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