Phillips Gets BCHL Leading Third Shutout

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Phillips gets BCHL-leading third shutout

The Powell River Kings contained the high-flying Victoria Grizzlies offence and earned a 4-0 shutout on the road Saturday night.

Tanner Cochrane’s goal at 11:30 of the first proved to be all the scoring the Kings would need on the night. The second period was scoreless and Teagan Waugh, Evan Richardson and Cohen Adair, into an empty net with a second let, scored in the third.

Jordan Benton had a pair of helpers on the night and Jamie Phillips made 24 saves for his league-leading third shutout of the season.

In Nanaimo, the Clippers scored three in the third to force overtime with the Salmon Arm SilverBacks but the Gorillas killed a penalty in the first overtime and wound up getting the winner from Sean Flanagan in double OT. Adam Clark made 45 saves in the win.

The Cowichan Valley Capitals were given 14 power-play opportunities and scored on two of them while the Langley Rivermen were 0-9 with the man advantage and the Caps won it 5-2 on the road. Cowichan Valley never trailed though Mario Puskarich’s second period tally for Langley tied it 1-1. Brandon MIstal and Travis Stephens had third period power-play goals to clinch it.

Tyler Steel made 29 saves for the Merritt Centennials to earn the shutout in a 2-0 win over the visiting Vernon Vipers. Sean Maktaak in the first and Evan Stack in the third were the only goalscorers.

The Chilliwack Chiefs won for the second straight night in Trail with a 2-1 triumph over the Smoke Eaters. Trail’s Clayton McEwan opened the scoring in the first but Malcolm Gould responded seven minutes later. Josh Hansen’s goal late in the second was the winner.

In Prince George, three different players scored for the Westside Warriors as they upended the Spruce Kings 3-2. PG’s Michael Colantone opened the scoring in the first but Brett McKinnon responded shortly after. Max French and Richard Vanderhoek tallied in the second giving the Tribe all the scoring they’d need. Jujhar Khaira got PG back within one but that was all.

A three-goal third period for the Coquitlam Express earned them a 5-2 win over the Surrey Eagles. Surrey got goals from Brandon Tanev in the first and Colton Mackie in the second but five different Express players scored, including Cody Michelle with game-winner. John Siemer had a goal and two assists for Coquitlam.

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