BROOKFIELD ‚Äď The Brookfield Elks are looking for a win Tuesday against one of the Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League‚Äôs top clubs.
The Elks (4-12-1-1) host the Valley Maple Leafs (12-6-0-0) at 7:30 p.m. at Don Henderson Memorial Sportsplex.
Brookfield comes into the contest looking to kick-start a run to get out of the basement of the Fred Fox Division. They trail the fifth-place Eastern Shore Mariners (7-9-1-0) by five points and have lost seven of their past eight games.
The Maple Leafs, meanwhile, are tied for top spot in the division with the East Hants Penguins (11-2-1-1). Both squads also sit second overall in the 11-team circuit. Valley has won six of its past eight games.
Valley took the only meeting between the sides this season on Nov. 8 with a 7-0 decision.